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... 237;k hill in the lower Carpathian Mountains, overlooking the city. Built in 1975 it now houses a restaurant with amazing views over eastern Slovakia. Bratislava is the capital and largest city of the country of Slovakia. It lies in the far west of the country on the banks of the Danube river, which winds its way eastwards through Europe from Germany to the Danube delta in Romania, emptying into the Black Sea. As with many cities in Central Europe, there have been settlements on ...
... look around we got a little bit off track leaving but saw the guided tour group so quickly readjusted our direction and carried on again through beautiful pastures....and 40 km later we saw the castle of Brataslavia in the distance ...a gorgeous site especially as the mist had lifted and the sky was blue. We crossed the border (signified only by a closed down custom station that is no longer in use) and 47 km later arrived to the boat. ...
... theatre in opulent buildings. In front of the theatre is a round plexiglass case which let's you peek down to see the foundation of the one time Fisherman Gate. Facing these buildings is a long tree lined promenade where they have summer art festivals. An interesting feature of this street is the American Embassy, heavily fortified and guarded by soldiers. We passed the British Embassy which was so nondescript that we almost didn't notice it- no heavy fortifications there.... At ...
... evening Ivan and I were just chit chatting. I found he was quite easy to speak to and was happy to talk about anything. He was unpretentious, which I liked, and very honest and wise. I liked that he didn't push his views and he wasn't overly opinionated. He was happy to listen to other views and to be respectful. I really liked him and thought he was a very sweet and thoughtful host. He's a vegetarian and he also doesn't drink alcohol. He has a curiosity about Islam and ...
... since the New York Marathon which was on 3rd November. It's nice to dash up to the castle and get some views of the Slovakian capital before I leave. I read that it's not worth going inside as it burnt down a number of times, over the years and so there's not much of significance ...