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... C We arrived in Bratislava after just under three hours. It was boiling again and very humid as well. The station here is tiny and not very nice! Ad the area is also not very nice around the station. It is a shame really. The other thing I noticed was that you need a degree in crossing roads. I arrived at the traffic lights and there weren't any for pedestrians instead there was a big bridge that you needed to use and then figure out what way to go. ...
... s climax during the Second World War. I think it was Heydrich who told the German troops to agitate between the Poles and the Jews, but not to step in to stop any anti-Jewish actions.
When Karolina spent the day with us, she took us to a great restaurant which served traditional Polish food – so Nick has now experienced Polish Roast Duck with apple and potatoes (not two types of potato as Nick originally thought) and MJ has experienced ...
A bus trip to Bratislava in Slovacia, 1 1\2 hours away. Visited a palace overlooking the city. It was a great view, across the Danube ( even though it was drizzling) looking at 3 countries. Austria to the right, Slovakia straight ahead and Czek Republic to the left. We had s couple if hours greet time. We spent it in the old part of the town that had great café s and shops.
Set sail for Budapest as we were ...
... Lipas, 2 Hungarian Fillers (no longer in use), 10 Romanian lei
# of times we did laundry: 3
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 11 (Slovakian - Motyl)
# of holes in Amber´s sneakers: 3
Next stop: Morning - Bratislava. Afternoon - Vienna, Austria
... the first time. As a key economic and administrative frontier city, Bratislava (and its Castle) was seized multiple times during the history. The Castle burned down twice and had to be reconstructed five times. Nowadays the upside-down table shape is the most important part of the city's skyline.
While walking to the Castle we didn't forget to have a look at the St. Martin's Cathedral, especially because it's the greatest church in Bratislava. It was the main ...