Marrol's Boutique Hotel Bratislava
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarrol's Boutique Hotel Bratislava
Like something out of a James Bond movie with 40s decor. Room was old fashioned but nice and modern at the same time. Hotel staff greet you with Champagne when checking in.
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... did not deter my exploration as I climbed the hill to the castle, which was sadly a construction site. The one highlight was my expressive selfie in front of some sort of Slovakian king raising laughter and applause from a tour party. If you think that was good... After a healthy traditional lunch of fried cheese and chips, it was time to bid farewell to Bratislava and the bratz as the countdown to honetime ...
... Slovakia. We had to pass through a huge lock which was interesting. We were on the lower side of the water so we sailed in, huge gates closed behind us and then we were lifted up as water came in from the other side. At Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia we were coached up to the Castle which is not the best castle building I have ever seen and looks quite modern. ...
... types of bread!
We then went to the office/where I was going to be living for two weeks until I moved into the missionary's house. (They are going on furlough.) I got relatively unpacked and then called Anna (my roommate) and my mother. Talking to them was wonderful, but also difficult. I tried to take a nap but couldn't get to sleep. I called my mother again, but ...
... way up the slippery , steep slope, I got talking – in Russian – to a couple from Ukraine who were also going to the castle. They were very nice, and it was a good chance to loosen up my Russian again.
By the time I got to the top, I had parted ways with the Ukrainians and was entirely alone. The white fortress stood in stark contrast to the bare trees, and for sure, this was the “bleak midwinter” if ever I’d seen ...
... Posters of Mozart and what appears to be his own mini-me at the piano, sharing a Mozart ball. You just know that when he passed away, without a dime to his name, he was hoping that one day he would be remembered as the face of a marzipan filled confectionary, not for his music.
Back to Salzburg. Such a beautiful place! All the shops with their old signs hanging off the wall, even Zara and McDonald’s were in on the act. The typical cobbled streets, the river ...