Hotel Zur Post
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... long enough to see the main attractions of this small, somewhat reserved, but ultimately enjoyable city. We finished our stay by visiting the nearby Devin Castle, about 10km north of the city, and perched high above the Danube on a large hill, and very scenic it was too.
We headed back to the hotel, checked out and, after a biblical downpour (thunder, lightning, rain, hail, you name it), we were on our way to Graz, by train.
Martin & Lyndsey
... by Emperor Eroticus in 217 AD. The castle itself was built by Lothar the Flatulent in 1218. The castle was badly damaged during the Napoleonic Wars and today the ruins are maintained by the Austrian Cultural Heritage Foundation as a cultural monument and dog-walking park. Admission is €5.”
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... his parents are both from here. After a quick bite of food from the supermarket we jumped on a ferry for a 90min ride up the river to Vienna. The river is still a major form of transport with lots of barges, small cruise boats and passenger boats traveling up and down it. It was a good ride up into Austria where we went back onto our bus for a tour of the city of Vienna, it was a bit more upmarket than the rest ...
... buffet. The cost of hotels has jumped to 62%.of our total spend!
And the $900 we spent in Holland for two used bikes and equipment is not in the daily expense calculation
Just for fun, we've compared our expenses with our US/Mexico spend during our Cycling South trip. Total costs here are 2.5 times more than in Mexico/US with hotels being 4 times as expensive. We have to admit, the level of ...
... brew Kozel was only €1.30 per pint!
We wandered back to St. Martin's Cathedral and into the dimly lit aisles. It was a compact church and much like the rest of the city served to remind us that Bratislava is a relatively new capital city. Jayne provided one of her top ten travel tips: Don't **** in a cathedral because the acoustics are too good!
With the help of a friendly bus driver giving us a free ride back to the ...