Hotel Remy

Stara Vajnorska cesta 37a, Bratislava, Bratislava, 830 00 , Slovakia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bratislava

Stuffed in Serbia

A travel blog entry by tiffanyrose-14 on Jun 27, 2014

55 photos

... The wife works with orphans who are being pushed out of the system because of their age. In Serbia, you cannot get a job unless you have an education. This family works with the kids to be able to go onto university. It was amazing to sit and listen to how much passion she has for the future of Serbia.

After out visit, we went to Obrenovac. This city was practically wiped clean in the ...

What a Dump!

A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas on May 23, 2014

10 photos

So following our stop at Brno, we were to leave the Czech Republic and head to Bratislava for a few nights at Autocamp Zlate Piesky, it looked like a nice place on the Website and with Bratislava being a bit of a biking city we thought it would be good!

We arrived at the Destination of the Coordinates given on their website to discover it was nowhere near, approximately 8 miles out from the only place we could find on the Sat Nav with similar ...


A travel blog entry by andrew.collard on Sep 01, 2013

... is a festival day in Slovakia, so it is a happy surprise to find ethnic stalls and a stage with a large crowd watching traditional Slovak song and dance. I am mildly entertained but at the same time fearful of Slovakia winning the Eurovision song contest. I have seen the 'pre-vote' entertainment, I think.

Btatislava is a nice place and the old and new work together well with the Danube flowing through. A couple of communist ...

Off to Slovakia

A travel blog entry by al-karen on Aug 21, 2013

2 comments, 16 photos

... never eat there. Just a picture of the menu board. I bought Mom an ice cream cone, me too. Only 50 cents each. Martin would like the beer, $1.50 for big glass. It's actually cheaper than milk or soda. The prices are now starting to come down even more. Dinner for two $25. We sat outside like everyone does here and people watched as we ate. I had vegetable soup, sauerkraut and potato balls. Mom had the soup and Hungarian goulash. Very tasty.


A travel blog entry by angela.arnold on Jul 10, 2013

2 comments, 92 photos

... the path the Imperial family took for coronation services for the Hungarian Empire. They sure did have to parade around town a long ways!

Lunch was delicious. The tour said it included a boxed lunch, so I was expecting some kind of sandwich, a water and some fruit. Instead we went to a restaurant. We had a nice bread and cheese appetizer, rice, chicken with mushroom sauce, and coleslaw for lunch, and chocolate cake with whipped cream for dessert. It was ...