Hedervar Castle Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the same tour got the tour company on the phone, and the driver capitulated. The drive to Bratislava was pretty dull - flat farming country full of wind turbines (Tony would not be impressed). The entry into Bratislava is also very dull as you pass all the communist era tower blocks on the outskirts. However, central Bratislava turned out to be a lovely little place, full of little lanes, cafes and beautifully restored historical ...
... sites. We started by using Chris' internet to find a breakfast cafe called La Cantine, which turned out to be pretty cool- 1€ happy hour lattes and delicious eggs. We also had a really nice waitress who talked about how much she loved to travel to America and gave us free metro passes! After breakfast, we made it to St. Stephen's Cathedral and saw the most concentrated amount of tourists we'd seen on the trip thus far. ...
... jazz event). Luckily for me, the lady behind the desk saw me and wove me over. Before I could even ask, she handed me a key and rushed me on before she had to turn her attention back to the crowd of guests. Phew, I got a room, and the funny thing was, it's right across the hall from my old one. So.... all I wanted to do was rest today, but sometimes the unexpected breaks the monotony and does some good. The rest of the evening ...
... of the man she loves as his heart i with a married lady. It lasted just about an hour and at the end i was overcome by the heat and stadning and had to excuse myself, to which i missed the final few minutes as the man was stabbed for the betrayal. There was a short interval where Chris brought me round and got some coour in my cheeks and we took in the wonder of the building itself and then we returned to the area, which was this time much less concentrated with people and ...
... s choice, duh) Our final day in Bratislava had beautiful sunny skies and was surprisingly warm. We were able to see the castle along with a cathedral and cute little old historical streets. Tomorrow morning we are getting a bus from Bratislava to Budapest, Hungary.
So that's it folks!! 3 countries, 10 days, 1 hotel, 4 hostels, 4 buses and countless sleepless hours because apparently EVERYBODY travelling Eastern Europe snores. Private rooms here we come!