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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Color Bratislava
Firstly the receptionist had a real bad attitude, I booked and paid for a double room, she decided that because I was on my own to give me a single. When I asked to be moved she was very unhappy....
The place itself it tatty, badly stained furniture, marks all over the walls..
If you have a room on the 4th floor don't expect to use the lift in the morning as it's fully occupied by the chambermaids..
Worst of all the hotel has a serious mosquito problem, in the two months I've been away I've been bitten about 20 times...two nights here doubled it!!!!
I can't recommend staying elsewhere highly enough...
The rest of the staff were just fine, so it's got that going for it!!
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... of Bratislava and was also the site of the coronation of every monarch of the Kingdom of Hungary from 1563 to 1830. The crypts below the church contain the remains of many Archbishops and members of the Bratislavan nobility, particularly the Pálffy family, whose Palace stands on nearby Panská and who originally owned the huge Bratislavsky Hrad (castle) which dominates the city from the west in the Little Carpathian hills. Onwards towards the River Danube and the ...
... museum tells a lot about the history of Bratislava. I have to admit, that I didn't remember a lot about Bratislava from history class. I did, however, remember some about Pressburg, the capital of Hungary. Apparently that is Bratislava. I also remember a bit about Pozsony. That is also Bratislava. Good to know. The museum discussed the city's history under the various names and various regimes and had artifacts from the various time periods. All ...
... bread, cheese speeds, apples, cherries, and strawberries, a cheese plate and Nutella! (Mainly because one of the guys had never had it before.
I think it’s safe to say that Tuesday was one of my favorite days here. I went to bed smiling at all the fun I had and looking forwards to being able to live in Slovakia for thirty-nine more days.
Oh! and I found cocoa powder! (I’ll explain more about that later!)
... to a pub called 'Slovak Pub' which was a bit studenty and I think the hostel were in cahoots with them as they gave us a 10% voucher but it was so cheap that we felt bad using it - it would have saved us about 60 cents each. Had some local food - 'halusky', which was pretty nice - potato dumplings with lots and lots of cheese and chopped bacon on top, and a beer was 1.30 euro's, bargain.
Went on a walking tour of the city on ...
... anyway. I managed to make the first two corner tugs okay, but as it pulled me the third time (the furthest point of the lake) the tug was too much and I fell! I had to swim so far back to shore, I was knackered! Then walking all the way back round to the start took a while, it was sore underfoot, and I cut the bottom of my foot as I went. But I had a great time wakeboarding. I almost managed a full lap, but fell on another corner near the end. I really wish we had more ...