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... about and up and down. Curvy stairs lead to a very unique bathroom with broken mirrors and jagged cobblestone floors. We then went on to tour the Upper Belvedere Gallery. We viewed numerous pieces by Gustav Klimt (1862 Vienna – 1918 Vienna). There are a collection of 24 portraits, landscapes, and allegorical scenes by this renowned Austrian painter. The Belvedere houses the world’s largest collection of oil paintings by Klimt. His portrait ,The Kiss, features him ...
Wow!! Stepping out of the train station, I feel like I have just gone back in time 20 years!! Hello Eastern Europe! I have never seen a city sooo graffitied! At first it is repulsive to my western sense of perfection and cleanliness, but after a while it grows on you. Bratislava has a particular grungy charm.. It is raw and real life on display. This country doesn't glamourise or cover up the reality of what Bratislava is famed for.. Cheap ...
Later in the afternoon, I walked towards the northern parts of the city, including visiting the peculiar Slovakia Radio Building which is an upside down pyramid. I walked through streets that were surrounded by two sides of grey concrete apartment blocks, with a lot of buildings that seemed to have been abandoned. I also wondered were all the people were in Bratislava. Although I know it is cold and snowing, there should be more people out and about, ...
... and pretty much ran to the pub! Unfortunately the French guys we had made plans with last night and had invited to the game wouldn't find us waiting for them in the common room! Oops. Typically we arrived during half time..(could have taken that extra 10mins to do our hair and make up ;) or waited for the French guys) but glad we were there. Got a drink and ordered some snacks..from yesterday when our lunch was ...
... on holiday.
After feeling like I was spending a fortune in Hungary, 290 Forints is 1 euro, it was a relief to be back amongst the land of the Euro!
Bratislava is a very nice place, relatively small which makes it easy to navigate. The old town is very pleasant with lots of bars and cafes. I was surprised at the number of tourists and tour groups. A large number of them were Spanish, not sure why.