Hotel Prim

Stara Vajnorska 37, Bratislava, Bratislava, 832 18, Slovakia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bratislava

Dumplings and statues in Bratislava

A travel blog entry by neat.freak

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... instead go open seating. We didn't have a reserved seat so we could sit where we liked. The train wasn't crowded and we ended up having the compartment all to ourselves. It was interesting to see the countryside- we went past Visegrad in the north of the country. The kings of Hungary had built a palace on top of the hill there centuries ago- now it's just a ruin. I remember going up there when I was little and there were streps with Roman numerals on them and a view across the river ...

Don't Forget to Have a The Time Of Your Life

A travel blog entry by christinec2013

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... and were very kind. Ivan carried my bag from the train station and told me about the city. He had a flatmate named Steve, a Canadian from Toronto who's teaching English here and has been traveling for about 6 years he claims. The others name was Peter, also very softly spoken, he's an anaesthetist at a hospital. I liked Peter better. But I want to comment on Steve, because I've seen this type of character before. He's a travel know-it-all. The sort of guy who's been traveling ...

Where are we ?

A travel blog entry by gaplyf

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21

... back our Wine and Beer the clientele during the day was different to what we expected, with at least 20 odd grey nomads knocking back a beer or two after lunch. However one thing that makes Simplza exceptionally unique is does it not only employ a full time interior designer but every Sunday a local farmers market is held between its walls !!

After marching out into the freezing cold we quickly aborted our Mission to Liberty Statue claiming poor visibility as a ...

Eurotrip

A travel blog entry by funkymonk

... The problem is Europe, or specifically it's shape and size. Compared to the America's for example, Europe is tiny and that's great. But with all the countries packed in tight together there's no easy way of seeing them all in a methodical and straightforward way. I knew when I first started on the plan for Europe that I was going to end up doing some kind of zigzag route across the continent in order to see all the bits I wanted to.

Back in Italy I decided to cut a ...

The blue Danube - Le Danube bleu

A travel blog entry by sallyjonasniels

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... surprised us.
After having enjoyed the beauty of the Slovakian capital, we enjoyed its very nutritive food just before getting on the boat. Cheese gnocci, cheese-dumplings and gulash filled our bellies for the next 20 hours.
Once on the boat, we all gathered on the upper deck to enjoy the view. From castle ruins to thick green forests, the landscapes' variety was breathtaking. After ...

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