Hotel Zur Post
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... Gate was built in the 14th century and is the sole remaining city gate. It is a mixture of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. Below the gate is the Zero Point from which distances to some world metropolises are marked - Sydney is 15, 914km away. There is a commemoration to Mozart who performed in Bratislava when he was 6 years old.
Gothic St Martin's Cathedral became part of the city wall and the towers housed ...
... man from Slovokia, Martin Sloboda, treated us to an informative lecture about his country and The Velvet Revolution prior to our disembarking for a walking tour of Bratislava, the capital and largest city of the country. Slovakia is a high-income advanced economy with one of the fastest growth rates in the EU. ...
... consistent meal around the train station gave us the energy needed for visiting the city.
We first headed to the Danube boat station for buying our tickets to Vienna. We then started our tour in this tiny but fairy-tales-like city. No imperial palaces or imposant landmarks but plenty of cute low rise houses scatter the city center. Our stroll led us to the Blue Church which unusual ornaments ...
We Wondered Where Yolan Was While She Wondered Where We Went
Eventually we veered off and away from the Donau and rode slight uphill on road with two-way traffic.
It had started to rain and we stopped to put on our rain gear. Suddenly, we realized that Yolan wasn't with us. We waited for 5 minutes figuring that she must have stopped to put on her rain gear and was ...
... as Bratislava is quite small. Î was on the lookout for a place where I could have some food and watch Real – Man City. It turned out to be a little complicated so I decided to head back to the hostel and watch it on my computer – unfortunately, the connection was dreadful so I couldn't watch it.
I decided to head back into town and eventually found ...