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... area where my grandparents used to have a small piece of property. It had a small cabin and tons of fruit trees and vegetables- they used to go up there to tend the fruit and vegetables that they then used to can or make jam. I remember going there too- there wasn't any running water when I was little so we used to go down to pump water, there wasn't an indoor toilet, just an outhouse. We used to pick the produce for my grandparents, then help/watch my grandmother make jam. We ...
... host wasn't mad at me at all. I suppose it's something I forget about couch-surfing hosts is that they're all travellers themselves, they've been there before and they completely understand. They know these things happen, and it's not a problem. And gosh my host was a cool dude. His name was Ivan, very softly spoken but very insightful also. He works for Amazon, but he's interested in writing and photography and philosophy. He lives with three other guys who had made food for me when ...
... which took up an entire floor. The last section of the museum was dedicated to clocks which added to the legitimacy to lonely planet’s description of Bratislavia as quirky.
My favourite part of the castle was walking up one of the towers and getting a great aerial view of Bratislavia. From the top of the tower the view of the old town, the river and the rolling hills and suburbs in the near distance was great. It also made it easy to seem the effect communism had on the city. ...
... is a building damaged during World War 2 (Particularly during the siege of Budapest 1944 - 1945) and left in its damaged state. However the interior of the was something taken from a scene from Alice in Wonderland and Charlie and the Chocolate factory with the walls covered and decked out in random fittings. Bars located left right and centre. And a massive beer garden with old cars for seats and concrete floors that haven't been touched since the war.
However as ...
... part of Old Town towards St. Elizabeth's Church, known as the "Blue Church" because it's...well...blue. Very blue. Eiffel 65 only wish they were as blue as this place. It honestly looks like something out of a Disney movie, and stands out against the other buildings in the area. Whether this is a good thing or a bad thing, well I'm probably not qualified to say. For better or worse, it's certainly something tourists seem to like snapping pictures of.