Holiday Inn Bratislava
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We awoke Sunday morning feeling like we could be sailing either the Willamette or Columbia rivers with the same type foliage and gravel banks. The Danube is approx the width of the Columbia. At noon we docked at Bratislava, capital of Slovakia. We boarded a bus for a ride up to the Bratislava castle. The castle has been renovated many times during the past six centuries. ...
... railway station. The central station, Wien Hauptbanhof, is a new addition to Vienna's public transport system. It was conceived of in 2006 to replace the old Südbahnhof to improve access to the metro system and improved international services. The old station was completely destroyed and the new Hauptbanhof built on the site of the old one but with more platforms and better infrastructure. The station partly opened in 2012 but only became fully serviceable in December 2014. It ...
... board for the platform the train was to leave from. The train was on the board but no platform no. 4:35 nothing, 4:40 nothing. 4:43 nothing, 4:45 it disappears from the board. Ok that's random. We wait and then the 5:43 train is listed on the board. We go up to the ticket office to ask if this is going. Oh sorry it has been cancelled, but the 6:43 starts from Bratislava so will be going. Ok. This is fun. So now we fill in 2 hours at Bratislava train station ...
... and we both had a beer too. After dinner, we wandered slowly back to our hotel through the main square, taking photos of the buildings and fountains lit up at night. We retraced our tour from the afternoon to see it in the dusk light, taking pictures and walking off our great dinner. It was a charming day in Bratislava- despite the run down areas and scars left by communism, progress is being made to turn the economy and look of the country around for the better. Tomorrow, off to ...
Toured the city by bus and saw, foreign embassies and residences as well as other parts of Bratislava. Saw the old area, saw the palace and the cathedral. Learned much history of Communist times. Very interesting city.. Finished the day with the Captain's farewell dinner. More food and drink. Love those elastic waistbands! Sailed into Budapest at night on the sun deck with champagne. ...