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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the cheese is perfectly balanced with salty and savory, and the bacon…ooo the bacon. It’s not crunchy. It’s not squishy. It’s just…wow. I can’t describe it. I just know I could eat a pound of it by myself. The dish is very rich, though, so I couldn’t finish it, but Juraj couldn’t have been happier about that. Haha!
After lunch, we went for a walk (which is a habit I am ...
... in Slovak and I would be totally lost the entire time. Then I felt even more nervous when we stopped and picked up three more people. Guess what though? They all spoke English! I quickly bonded with Abby (an Australian who has lived in Slovakia for three years) and for the rest of the night I was practically her shadow. (Hope it wasn’t too annoying for you!)
The second awesome moment was when we walked up to ...
... the depths of the building where there was soft piano music playing beautifully from a mechanical programme. It was romantically lit in te basement area with open brick, giving an authentic feel. I chose the potato dumplings (Halušky), which I had read about, made a potato dough wrapped around sheeps cheese (and sometimes meat) they were perfect on a bed of sauerkraut. Really tasty and not stodgy like a usual English dumpling. Chris had a sheeps cheese gonnochi which ...
... to date. My steak was fantastic and her salad was so fresh and COVERED in local feta cheese. A couple drinks each and all of this was only $25!! We were so impressed we returned the next night.
Day 3 we decided to do a day trip to a little town called Karlovy Vary thanks to a recommendation from Terrea's friend Garry. It was a 2 hour bus ride west of Prague into a small town situated on a river with houses and shops built into the sides of cliffs. One of the ...
... barley. We soon arrived in Bratislava which is the capital of Slovakia, it had a modern castle built in the 1950's on the hill with nice views over the river and to the part of the city that was built by the communists which is very bland and all the same. From there we headed though to the town square, on our way we saw the narrowest building which was a kebab shop it was 130cm wide and three stories high not ...