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... pop, for dessert.
We visited the Bratislava castle and enjoyed the amazing view of the city. Another main attraction was the UFO bridge/ Novy Most bridge which is a huge suspension bridge that has a tall UFO like tower at the one end that has a restaurant inside.
After supper we went with Jason to his class where he teaches English using the bible. We got to sit and and meet two girls who came to the class that day. Sometimes there are 6 people in a class but ...
... land where everyone smokes, has at least one dog they take everywhere, and to be heard you have to practically yell.
My first few hours in Serbia were filled with food. Obvious foreshadowing of how the rest of my four days there would be spent. Portions in Serbia are huge, heavy, and so so tasty. We relaxed pretty much the "first day" (it was just an evening) because my travel companion ...
... locked off for the campsite (we had been given the key to), We can't even say these were marginally better!!
We left the site around 9am after a poor night sleep, more worry than anything!!
Trying to put this bad impression of Bratislava behind us we decided to go cheer ourselves up with some breakfast at Ikea, 3 Euro's later we were full and had a walk around, just to see how different it was to ours, it wasn't.
... medieval conquests and more recent wars – with Napoleon noted as being the one to finally destroy much of what remained during his reign. With views of the Danube River, back across to Vienna and around the north of Bratislava, the site was well worth a stop, before heading to the campground.
The campground in Zlate Plesky hadn’t had great reviews online, mostly due to cleanliness and after what we’d found in the Czech Republic ...
The driver was there to meet us and took us near our hotel. The hotel is situated in a pedestrian area of the old town so we rolled our suitcases two short blocks over cobblestones to get there. The room here is beautiful with a sitting room, nice big bedroom, free breakfast and a window looking out over the action.
We headed out to explore the streets and shops. Mom likes that. I took my usual picture at a McDonalds ...