Falkensteiner Hotel Bratislava
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... Much. Food. This time it was a brick of chicken cordon bleu. I couldn’t have finished even if I wanted to.
Monday was our “fun day.” We got sleep in and spent the rest of the day roaming the city. I found my scarf! (Actually, I found two but shhhh.) I also got a purse that was essential to my wardrobe, some post cards of famous places in Serbia, and a pair of “gypsy ...
1. The lake looked nice - This is what they use for their pictures and you can use the beach area but you still have to use the same facilities - I'm not sure they own the lake.
I'm not sure I can go on with any other good points about the site so I'll continue with the area;
2. Bratislava looks an ok city but this site completely put us off.
3. Can't comment much more as we didn't venture into the city itself...
... only a few other people that walked through the old square or were milling around. The calmness was a welcome break after the hassle and bustle of the previous few days in Budapest.
My lonely planet guide described Bratislava has quirky and after a few short hours it was obvious why. Scattered all over the old town are statues that are somewhat pointless but appear as if they should have meaning. The most famous of all the statues is a man on his way out of a manhole with ...
... medieval conquests and more recent wars – with Napoleon noted as being the one to finally destroy much of what remained during his reign. With views of the Danube River, back across to Vienna and around the north of Bratislava, the site was well worth a stop, before heading to the campground.
The campground in Zlate Plesky hadn’t had great reviews online, mostly due to cleanliness and after what we’d found in the Czech Republic ...
... never eat there. Just a picture of the menu board. I bought Mom an ice cream cone, me too. Only 50 cents each. Martin would like the beer, $1.50 for big glass. It's actually cheaper than milk or soda. The prices are now starting to come down even more. Dinner for two $25. We sat outside like everyone does here and people watched as we ate. I had vegetable soup, sauerkraut and potato balls. Mom had the soup and Hungarian goulash. Very tasty.