Hotel Danubia Gate Bratislava
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A long and interesting day. We first left early so we could visit Schonbruun Palace. This was the Hasburgs summer Palace. It is huge and so our the crowds. As we were with the boat we had our own guides. We were split up into small groups of about 12 and with our whisper quiet audio we preceded through the palace. We started off in the gardens, we only had 20 mins so we did not see much. The view up to the folly and fountain which is the main feature was obscured ...
... spend a day or 2 after Prague or Vienna on the way to Budapest.
We knew we made the right decision to stay here right away. It's a great chill - space with a large, clean kitchen, a bar, and they have billboards with all the live music and events in town each night. Finally! It's just what we needed. And we got a private double for 2 nights and the bed is great. Just when we'd given up on the hostel thing, we find a diamond in the ...
... basically goes through it, in a 50km straight line through the trees, with almost no one around. That wouldn't be a good time for a flat huh! As I rode through the last villages of Austria, I was expecting a border, or at least something to mark the arrival in Slovakia. But nothing. Europe really has no borders. The only thing telling me I was now in Slovakia were ad boards...sad. The weather went darker, making the arrival in ...
... 8230;different huh?)
Dessert gets it’s very own paragraph cause that’s how good it was. Yes, yes, I know. “Tiffany, you’re sick. You shouldn’t be eating dessert.” Well, I only ate a fourth of it soooo….yeah. It was a soft sponge cake, topped with thin spread of raspberry jam/marmalade, a thick layer of vanilla crème/mousse, wrapped in ...
... way up the slippery , steep slope, I got talking – in Russian – to a couple from Ukraine who were also going to the castle. They were very nice, and it was a good chance to loosen up my Russian again.
By the time I got to the top, I had parted ways with the Ukrainians and was entirely alone. The white fortress stood in stark contrast to the bare trees, and for sure, this was the “bleak midwinter” if ever I’d seen ...