Holiday Inn Bratislava
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... faces at the camp site in that there were some backpackers who we'd seen at the campsite in Vienna - let's see how many times that happens going forward....... Tips for the day: 1) Beer in Bratislava is crazy cheap - eg 50p a pint 2) Be careful camping under a tree when there's a storm in the night 3) Running into some Brits who have just completed a month travelling the sector you are about to is worth its weight in gold 4) Tesco Extra & ice is a ...
... wine to try when we get back to London. As we left the bakery, a light fall of rain began on and off. We slowly meandered down the cobbled streets of the old town towards the river, taking in the sights of the Jesuit church (Kostol Najsvätejšieho Spasitel'a Jezuitsky), the Zichyho Palace and St Martin's cathedral. The beautiful green spire of the cathedral rose high above the old town and was impressive even in the rain. This cathedral is the centre of the Roman ...
... to make change. She said that she didn't have enough change, but that I could just have 2 Euros. What? I tried trading her the 5 for that, and then all the change I had other than what I needed for the ticket, but she kept insisting that I just take the Euro I needed. Thanks! How nice!
I took the tram near old town and then wandered around old town with no particular destination in mind. I started hearing sounds of some sort of band, so ...
... Everyone speaks English! It’s so cool to hear someone from America, Latvia, Hungary, and Taiwan all speaking to each other in English but with their very different accents. After church, Abbie and I headed home to get lunch (at the amazing Italian place around the corner) and then hurry off to Senec for a Fusion leaders party at her house. After the party, a bunch of us headed to a nearby town for a worship service. Although it ...
... a stamp...unfortunately).
...where did I stop...oh, the Presidential Palace was built for count Anton Grassalkovich in 1760 and it's currently a place where the Slovakian president, Ivan Gasparovic, lives. The palace is situated in Hodzovo namestie that is supposed to be another traffic hub and meeting point. There is the Fountain of Peace in front of the palace and the palace itself is surrounded by a beatiful garden. Nevertheless, we visited a public garden ...