Hotel Echo

Presovska 39, Bratislava, Bratislava, 82005, Slovakia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bratislava

Day 37, 38 and 39 - First Taste of Eastern Europe

A travel blog entry by abs08


... had to offer. Thankfully, it is a small city and can be covered on foot. I walked past the markets in the Old Town Hall square, saw the Slovak National Theatre, St. Martin’s Cathedral, Church of St. Clare (and several other churches that I forget the names of), Grassalkovich Palace and lots of other buildings. It is a very pretty little city, nothing like I had imagined an Eastern European city to be. I guess I had an image of old, dilapidated buildings and a lot of deserted ...

Very good day on the road.....apart from.......

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad


... s known to the rest of Europe "Flat Lands" all the while commenting on how the weight of it doesn't affect the performance of the car, well it wouldn't on the glass flat country you live in....

Once bought there off, to any country with never see the things stationary either, I'm sure they have some kind of in flight refuelling going on as well, once they reach their destination it's ...

Slovakia - Bratislava

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... masterpiece is nowadays one of the most expensive restaurants in the city. Well, we didnīt find it so impressive to pay for the entrance EUR 6,50 per person.

Our last must-see point was Slavin which is a memorial and a military cemetery on the hill situated approx. 30 minutes from the city center (meant as a walking time). There are buried almost 7000 Russian Rec Army soldiers who died conquering the city in April 1945. Nowadays the place offers one of the best ...

Eastern Europe according to Eurotrip

A travel blog entry by mikepsilve

... and Dani's was nowhere to be found. She emptied her entire hand bag and we couldn't find it. I then found it on the floor like ten feet away. Haha. It was funny. We got to Budapest and were immediately bombarded with people trying to get us to go to a hostel or take a taxi. We just ignored them all. We then exchanged our currency into Hungarian forint. The exchange is about 200 forint to 1 USD. We then happened to see a canadian kid from our Prague bar tour. He met up with ...

Austria and Slovakia

A travel blog entry by rob-lowe


... up to heave in the biggest carp Id ever seen. I struggled with the slimy thing in a fit of giggles as they tried to take photos.
The beauty continued for a few days under perfect cycling weather, only occasional entering cities. Linz is an exciting city full of trendy's, but my budget cant hold hostels and beer so I usually roll out the other side before temptation grabs me. My experience of Vienna might be a unique one. Sat in ...



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