Holiday Inn Bratislava
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... walking around. It was also a great place to have a coffee and sandwich. There were statues in the square that are a well known part of visiting when you come to Bratislava. Napoleon's soldier (Napoleon destroyed Bratislava in 1809). Cumil: a little guy in a manhole and Schone Naci was a well known figure in the early 20th century. A poor and mentally ill man, he paraded the streets of Bratislava in old, but elegant attire - a velvet frock, greeting passers-by ...
... theatre in opulent buildings. In front of the theatre is a round plexiglass case which let's you peek down to see the foundation of the one time Fisherman Gate. Facing these buildings is a long tree lined promenade where they have summer art festivals. An interesting feature of this street is the American Embassy, heavily fortified and guarded by soldiers. We passed the British Embassy which was so nondescript that we almost didn't notice it- no heavy fortifications there.... At ...
Last night we left Beautiful Budapest on our way up river to our final destination, Amsterdam. Our first stop is Bratislava, Slovenia. The sailing last night was almost emotional. We had been told that Budapest was beautiful and have experienced much of the beauty over the past few days. None of our experiences prepared us for the experience of sailing out ...
... wine. We were in HEAVEN!!!
Day two began by us deciding we needed to see the rest that Prague had to offer which included the Old Town Square, Powder Tower, Astrological Clock and the Jewish Quarter. We jumped on the bus and headed towards Old Town Square where Nigel was able to enjoy his first street sausage costing $2.50. It was mighty delicious!!! After that we climbed up to the top of the Astrological Clock Tower which is centered in Old Town Square and ...
... timetables. So we decided to turn around and catch a fast train back to Budapest as we knew connections were better from there to Bratislava, and then onto Poprad. Unfortunately, once we got there we found out the next train to Bratislava was 5 hours away. All the trains go at 2 hourly intervals during the day, then there is a long break and the next one goes at 815pm. We had just missed one by less than half an hour. No other choice but ...