Hotel Danubia Gate Bratislava
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... fun and were glad to see some locals play to an energetic crowd. It wasn't a long walk home. And once again, these cities are totally safe. We've never felt threatened in the least, but we are aware of our surroundings and always check with people on safety issues before going out at night. It's kind of like asking if it's safe to walk around Disneyland when it gets dark.
If you want to see what our Friday was like, check out this ...
... 45 and sat in on devotions. I got to see all my friends from last year and then go into the city for a few hours.
Once we got there (by the underground - which is officially my favorite form of public transportation), we went into the cathedral and then headed off with a map we didn’t completely understand in search of the best schnitzel in the city. We found it a lot faster than I ...
At night we went to the restaurant round the corner from the hotel. I got a really good pepper steak with some local wines and there was Tango dancing on which was good to watch. After that we took a stroll in the dark and saw the castle lit up at night. There was a lot of Easter church services on with people standing outside singing songs and drinking mulled wine. Turns out Bratislava is a nice city and I'm glad we did get off the train there! ...
... of relief, I realized what I had missed, and what the family had been trying to keep quiet. Little Sofya had to pee. In fact, she really had to pee, one could even go so far to say that this tiny girl had to pee like a racehorse. Luckily for her, the parents had thoughtfully brought a little plastic potty with them, and this miniature thunder jug had been set up on the bus seat behind me. “I got some toilet paper!” yelled sister Natalya, as ...
... was in the dorm. We decided to go for a walk around the city and see the sights. This took all of about 1 hour, Ha the old town is not very big. It is pretty nice though. I was soon back at the hostel and having some dinner and an amazing white chocolate fondue before bed. I had booked the bus ticket to Krakow for the next morning and had to be up early....
Bratislava was short and sweet, but worth going :)