Falkensteiner Hotel Bratislava
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... clothes. We shouldn't have to access them anyway.
The 1hour train ride is uneventful. I called the hotel to arrange a limo (actually a cab) to meet us at then Bratislava train station for €10 or $13. The train arrived on time at 1:27pm but the station is old with no elevators or escalators. We've seen this before so here we go. We get the luggage to the top of the stairs. I take two bags down to mid level while Mom waits ...
... riding the night but in London at least once in your life.
So some of the funny happenings....
One guy appeared at reception in a t-shirt and towel, which I don't think the reception staff could see. Well he had locked his stuff in the locker and lost the key and needed someone to cut open the locker. The staff didn't seem to understand the guys urgency and I think mainly as they couldn't see obviously all he had was a t-shirt and towel. He ...
... I wish I asked and is so great at making hosts feel comfortable and able to share. Tricia asks questions I would never think to ask with answers I can’t wait to hear and is a great culture-crosser. Deb can keep a conversation going like it’s nobody’s business and has broad knowledge and great energy. Group Leader Rob redefines the word “curiosity.” Everyone is thoughtful, fun, hearty, and caring.
... the door off, opened the door, only to be told, "Is okay, close the door" Well ****, cheers I'm going back to sleep. He woke us up again to tell us we were approaching Budapest. Still feeling groggy from the sleeping tablets, we waited until we pulled in. Grabbed our stuff, had a cigarette outside before bidding each other farewell. Train ticket to Bratislava, about 17 euros. Why bother with a Eurail pass here? If I hadn't have asked what platform I needed to be on, ...
Thursday 05 April 2012
This morning we packed up and headed towards the train station with our bags. After realising our train was already on the tracks, we eventually found which wagon we could actually sit in and after asking a few people, settled into our nice comfy seats for a couple hour trek to Bratislava. We arrive into Bratislava in the afternoon, and it's quite the experience to try and get our reservation changed! We just wanted to ensure we had a sleeper heading ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center