Marrol's Boutique Hotel Bratislava
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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... a good downpour, the skies cleared and we were blessed with sunshine and blue skies on our last day in Bratislava. We took a walking tour of the city starting in Hviezdoslavovo Namestie (main square), the historic location of where many protests against the governing party have taken place, and the site were the uprising against the Soviet Union began.
We saw many different sights across the city, the most iconic is ...
... by being; being there, being open and seeing/watching. Through being, I enter into a relationship with the world, at that very moment in its being. We are there together-there is something so magical about that. Taking photos detracts from that and I didn't realise this till this trip-I did know I tend not to take a lot of photos and I sort of knew why but now I understand why. I will leave you on that interesting musing.
... of the waitress, some noodles with cabbage. The noodles were somewhere between a spaetzel and gnocchi and the "with cabbage" meant "in sauerkraut." It is absolutely not a combination that sounds particularly good, but it was actually not bad. I probably wouldn't order it again, but it was good to try.
After dinner, I was pretty tired from not having slept much other than on the short plane ride and having walked around the city a lot, so I headed to bed ...
I awoke early this morning to some rumbling and odd noises and looking between the curtains, discovered we were in a lock - but not for long. We were soon back on open water and steaming northward. It was a rather laid-back day as we steamed up the river through Slovakia on the starboard bank and eventually Austria on the port side. As we approached Bratislava (capital of Slovakia) Dragan, the cruise director, gave a lengthy commentary about the area and the history and cultural ...
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...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 ...