Holiday Inn Bratislava

Bajkalska 25/A, Bratislava, Bratislava, 82503 , Slovakia | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bratislava


A travel blog entry by nanoguy

bratislava was boring. saw the old town area and the castle on the hill. The cool modern bridge across the Danube River is pretty nifty. Other than that, there's not much. Oh yeah, we stayed at the Holiday Inn. We had a free voucher for it. A nice break from the Hostel life.

It snowed and snowed, the whole world over...

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


... wandered around the perimeter of the hrad taking photos, but some of the interesting looking places were closed off during the winter – I guess even Slovakia doesn’t want to be responsible for somebody slipping and falling off the city walls. By this point, it was snowing hard. I could no longer see my scarf for snow, and there was a serious accumulation on my purse zipper. The buttons stuck out of my wool coat, little maroon spots in ...

Day 34, Topdeck day 3, Vienna via Bratislava

A travel blog entry by lisanovotny

This morning was a 7am breakfast and bags to bus at 7:30. Got to meet the other 2 girli in my room, Tammy and Steph (I met Emily the night before). They are quite loud but seem alright. They've all been on since the start so they are quite close. Also finally met our top deck leader, Luke. Yet another Australian, and super tall!!! So on the bus I was sitting next to another newbie, Caroline. She's from California and really nice. I also met ...

Day 30: bohemian 5

A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie

... I've ever seen. Napolean Bonaparte burnt it down when he invaded in 18whatever then Bratislava decided they should do it up so now it is a rendered brick type material and not castle like at all. After that it was bunker time! We drove a bit out of town to a bunker that was on the defensive line of both ww1 and 2 as it was on the border. The guide spoke no English so we had a translator. He was a funny guy though. He said all the girls can go ...

My brethren: Slovak Sociologists!

A travel blog entry by rotarygse

... colleagues who do work in migration a year or more to get an article accepted for publication in this journal. Time for me to step it up at work!

We have met so many wonderful, interesting people on this trip, but there is a special kind of fellowship among those who have followed your same career path. It was palpable during my visits. I left both Ludmila and Miloslav with the promise to foster this fellowship when back across the pond. I will keep the promise! --Ann

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