Hedervar Castle Hotel
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Our cruising overnight brought us to the city of Bratislava, capital of Slovenia at 7.30am this morning. Pulled alongside another ship so through it we went when going ashore for our walking tour this morning. Apparently we went through about 6 locks overnight which I was unaware. So quiet in our cabin. We are basically in the middle of the ship so except for a very low humming sound ( if ...
... a lot about the city and its history. We visited the charming and beautiful old town, the theatre, many of the town squares, he amazing Blue Church (actually called St. Elizabeths Church, but the locals call it the Smurf Church), and various other monuments. The Blue Church was definitely a highlight, as it is one of the most unique churches I have ever seen. It looks like a giant blue marshmallow covered in intricate designs, it is a must-see in Bratisalava.
... begin to keep me warm. Luckily, the tour didn't last more than an hour and so I survived.
We were told that Bratislava is doing pretty well these days because among other things, a lot of cars are manufactured there. The town wasn't too large but was very clean and lively considering the crummy weather.
... run. There were nice long tracks along the Danube River which followed into a nice park and eventually on the other side of the river. The city looked stunning looking across and once again I had to pinch myself to confirm that I was lucky enough to be running in Bratislava of all places. Who would have thought! I certainly would not have put any money on it! After a hugely satisfying run, there was another satisfying visit to Tesco where I bought food for 4 meals worth for just 10 Euros. ...
... the palace which is called Grasalkovicova Zahrada....very peaceful and public toilets are for free ;)
Our next point of interest was Namestie Slobody which is a square also known as "Gotko" after the first communist laborers' president Klement Gottwald. It's the biggest square in Bratislava with a surface of 400m2. The square's dominant feature is the biggest fountain of the city called "Friendship" in the shape of a linden flower, the symbol of Slavs. ...