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... As we carried on walking we found a beautiful old, large church which unfortunately we could not get into, and then we headed up to castle hill to take a closer look at the old fortress. There were beautiful, ornate archways leading into the castle, but they seemed to be quite new, and we were not sure how that could be as Bratislava is not a young town. The view from the castle walls was beautiful, leading off across the river. From this vantage point we could ...
... over. Finally she shoved a piece of paper through the slot with 23 written on the top and 26 right below it. Pointing to the 23 she said "I am inch," and then put her finger on the 26 and pointed at me. Maybe this was the price of the ticket in Euros and I was supposed to add it up and pay up. So I put 49 Euros through the slot and she shook her head and said "inch, inch." Ok, this was starting to wear me out. All I wanted was a one way ticket to Krakow. ...
... And thus the legend was born.
After a spot of lunch, we made our way to Bratislava Castle. First constructed in 1430, fortifications were added right up until 1761 when it was converted into a grand palace. But then it then fell into disrepair, actually burning down in 1811. It was further damaged by bombing during the Second World War, remaining in ruin until 1953. Under communist rule, the castle was rebuilt to its former glory, and today, houses the Slovak National ...