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... nightlife here than in any other city we've been in on this trip. I was here in 2005 and my impression of the city then was "meh." My, how things have changed. And as a traveler, your impression of a place really depends on your lodging. Mine was a bit farther from the center and I didn't meet anyone here if I recall. I spent 2 days and was ready to move on.
Once we saw the music calendar here, we booked another night, but we'll have ...
... on the river right near the center of the city. I especially enjoyed having breakfast on the aft deck every morning as the Danube’s tranquil green waters flowed past.
The city of Bratislava is fairly small compared to most of the city’s I've seen in Central Europe so far, and it’s a little thin on premium sights. That suited me just fine at this point during the trip as I really felt like a break from the constant sightseeing. That said, I did make my way up ...
How often can you honestly say that you have laid foot in three different countries in one day...? Well, today that's exactly what I did... We left Budapest this morning after breakfast, and arrived in Bratislava shortly before midday. After a quick stop off at the Bratislava Castle for a few photos, followed by a brief walking tour of the town's highlights, we were given two hours of free time before we had to be ...
... was otherwise becoming extremely white. The turning point for me came when I realized I could no longer see across the river, a distance which really isn’t very far, considering that the hrad looks right out over the Danube. That was it. My feet were getting cold, and I’d hurt my ankle in Austria somehow. I felt as if I’d seen what I had to come to see, and if I hurried, I could just make the earlier bus back to Vienna. I had visions of ...
We entered a city with a different feeling from the others we've visited so far. It seemed gray, industrial and a bit dismal. Houses are expensive and most people live in apartments. Cost of living was low; but so was their income. Our Guide lived in an apartment which she paid $160/month with an additional $70 for future building improvements.
There has been graffiti throughout the countries we've visited and Bratislava followed suit. We ...