Hotel Danubia Gate Bratislava
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... make, the quality and the features offered by the system vary.Other than standalone GPS units, smartphones can also be used for navigation. There are a number of smartphone apps, which can achieve just about everything that a standalone GPS unit can. However, surveys have demonstrated that using a smartphone for navigation can prove to be much more distracting than using a standalone system. A smartphone proves to be a little too cluttered and demands ...
... post-communist city that I have wanted to visit since planning this trip. Lucky I chose to go to Bratislava, because I would have missed out on experiencing a city that is grey and grim on the outside, but with loads of character when you venture inside of its buildings.
The moment I stepped foot off the train in Bratislava, the cold temperature really hit. Snow was falling hard and it was a long trip from the railway station to my hostel on foot, with my ...
... Well, my host summed it up very nicely. The Czechs are very nationalistic whereas the Slovaks are more reserved and less 'raw raw’ about politics. Good enough. Being from Canada, I can relate to that.
But as an outsider, I see that Bratislava seems to be a bit more “western” than what I saw in Prague. For example, the whole hipster café fad is in full swing here. I have seen more ...
... the water, and people technically aren’t supposed to swim in it…but they do) for a picnic and enjoyed the sun and all the buildings that were around us. The TV towers here are practically works of art! After lunch, we went back to the office to drop off our leftovers and then went to do some shopping for the office.
Also…guess what? I had another win today. I ordered for myself at McDonalds. ...
... and got there at about 3pm. I toured the whole main square in about half an hour, so I decided to walk up to the castle. The castle, I had read, was destroyed and rebuilt a number of times, most recently under communist rule. As you might imagine, communists tend to build really disinteresting, blocky buildings, and that’s pretty much what the Bratislava castle is. In fact, they call it the "upside-down table" due to the four square towers at its ...