Hotel Zochova Chata
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... the doors promptly closed, confirming indecision would have been costly. The seat numbers on our ticket didn't even exist, so we sat where we could, and luckily it wasn't crowded. The conductor with 0 English stamped our tickets as if everything was OK. We are pretty sure we'll make it to Prague, just 25 minutes late. To be continued...... The train continued to be a bit unsettling throughout the 4 hour trip, as they didn't announce which ...
... it will pass the Czech Republic in GNP by 2018.
Bratislava has narrow, winding streets, a hill-top castle next to the Danube, and many old churches and buildings to visit. The old medieval inner city is centered on two squares, Hlavne namestie (main square) and Hviezdoslavovo namestie (named after a famous Slovak poet). ...
... There were also two American guys from Philadelphia who we met. We then met one guy and two girls from the USA. We all walked to Szimpla Kert, a famous ruins pub in Budapest. Budapest has a ruins pub culture where bars are made in old buildings that were abandoned. People wear our tshirts and jeans at night. It's really chill. We got a few drinks there and took a flaming absinthe shot with sugar on a spoon above it. It was cool. We then all walked to this club/bar that ...
... Mestiansky Pivovar, a brewpub that was both delicious and reasonably priced. I sampled the Bratislavsky Bubak (dark beer), which was excellent, homemade, and cheaper (and darker!) than anything you're likely to find in Vienna. Winning!
After warming up with food and beverages, we began the long, bitingly cold walk uphill to Bratislava Castle. Although my ears were blue and I had lost two fingers to frostbite by the time we reached the summit, the ...
... was supposed to be one of the nicest cities in the world and don't get me wrong it was absolutely beautiful but to go as far as saying the nicest city in the world .. Not so sure! Bratislava so far seems to be a lovely little place.
I spoke to Aidan and then Ben on Skype. At the end of the conversation with Ben, a local came up to me offered me a cigarette, he was bit drunk but quite funny. We started talking and ended ...