Falkensteiner Hotel Bratislava
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Nice hotel right next to the old town. Take 93 bus from the train station, only 3 stops, or walk it is down hill.
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It was early - no problems, I always wake up ridiculously early these days. It was fine, clear, sunny and not cold - yay! I almost did not take a jacket, but in the end did. I could have left it behind in retrospect. I almost wore shorts but did not. I could have in retrospect.
Just before 6am I went down to the lobby of the lovely little …
was a bit of a mad rush at the end, but I managed to get myself packed, breakfasted, checked out of the lovely Kaiserin Elisabeth, and straight into a taxi to the train station to get my earlier target train to Bratislava, which means I essentially now will have nearly a whole day to explore this new little city. I am not quite sure how I am …
We made it to Bratislava this morning. Took the U-Bahn to the Vienna train station and made the 9:21 train, for a short 1 hour ride to the Bratislava Hlavna Stanica. We figured out the bus and took the 93 for 3 stops to just in front of the Faulkensteiner Hotel. Fortunately Alison noticed the hotel or we would have stayed on the bus. While at the …
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