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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 ...
... of people living on the streets and asking for money.
This morning I saw a man looking disheveled in a dirty khaki vest asking a young blonde women who sounded English for money. From the smile he gave her I assumed she must have given him quite a bit.I was at a cafe a little later getting a coffee and I noticed the man sitting at the cafe drinking a sizeable draft beer. He was sitting at a small table in the sun, smiling ...
... it was definitely a perfect 10 our of 10. After sightseeing I had lunch there by the castle: deer with a gravy and bread dumplings (and the usual 0.5 lt of beer). I rushed back to the hostel to make it to the train station on time to meet Fadi Jr. in Vienna (Mr. Mario Haddad, the Syrian top model sensation!) In summary Bratislava was a very pleasant and relaxed stop in my trip, but a bit brief. The city is very beautiful, but also a bit quiet during ...
... from the 7th Century. We had to go down stairs to the underground crypts. It wasn’t too creepy and there seems to be plenty of room for more down there.
The National Theater, Reduta dates to 1911-20 is an eclectic building for the local philharmonic.
Dave went up to the Castle again and Yolan and I strolled through the lovely old town.
Ice hockey ...