Hotel Adonis

Vlcie hrdlo 1, Bratislava, Bratislava, 82412, Slovakia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bratislava

Stuffed in Serbia

A travel blog entry by tiffanyrose-14


... from awful jet lag and we had a really busy day planned for the next day.

Saturday was definitely the most somber day I’ve had in a really long time. Don’t get me wrong. It was amazing and I had a blast, but the stories I heard. They will just break your heart. We began the day by visiting a listener family at their home. They have four beautiful children who we bonded with ...

Day 3 - Bratislava

A travel blog entry by pjrinal


... though, was that Regina found nothing of interest in the shops -- she'd been told that great local crafts were to be had here at much better prices than in Budapest. Pretty sure we will recover from this setback. After dinner traditional Slovac performers came aboard to entertain us. They were excellent - especially the dulcimer and fiddle players. A great ending to the day. Later tonight, hopefully we'll be asleep, the ship sets sail for Vienna - about 50 miles ...


A travel blog entry by cinnamongirl13

... amp; learning about local culture & Christmas traditions. #1 Christmas rule - NO artificial trees! They have fish & cabbage soup on Christmas Eve. The Lutheran cabbage soup which contains cabbage and sausage is much better than the Catholic cabbage soup which is made from cabbage water and does not include meat. :) Some of the older folks believe things were better under Communism because the state paid for everything, but most of the population enjoy the freedoms ...

The day after the storm

A travel blog entry by word-a-day


... approached with caution, only to find that the site had been the venue for a two-day festival and was completely demolished by party antics. The smell of the 'night before’ was horrid and the poor campsite staff were left with a bombsite of broken chairs, tents, bottles, cans, clothing and a lounge suite to deal with.

Not keen to push our luck and test the camp facilities, we cosied up in the camper, in a small but cleanish part of the park and called it a ...


A travel blog entry by angela.arnold


Today I went to Bratislava, which is the capital of Slovakia. Did you know that Vienna and Bratislava are the two closest national capitals in the world? It also is the only capital to boarder two countries (Austria and Hungary). My tour began at the Opera House in Vienna. A shuttle bus picked me up and took me to the bus station. We were given yellow dot stickers to identify us. Some people had purple, some green, all meaning different things. We were shuttled onto ...

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