Ibis Bratislava Centrum
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we departed Godollo in the morning, let the boys skip out on the morning session at the school where each class is going to review for their parents what they have been learning. Since we know how little the boys are learning (ok, they are learning a lot about living in a foreign country, but know less about what the rest of the class is …
Hello, again, Blogonauts! Although their notoriety is far from equal, Vienna has a neighboring national capital: Bratislava, Slovakia. In fact, at a distance of only about 40 miles, the two are the closest pair of capital cities in the whole world. It seemed a shame to let little things like international borders, language differences, and a …
Got off the train and our first though was "what a shithole...we should have stayed on the train!!" - I changed my mind after walking down to the Old Town.
It was a really hot day and we were roasting by the time we reached the hotel. We hadn't eaten yet so we went into the nearest pub to the hotel to get a burger and sample the local …
... She wanted to prove to us that it was in Bratislava instead of Prague. Everyone seems to think it was in Prague because Czech Republic were trying to get out of the Soviet Union and the same time and the Slovakians. After the tour a small group of us headed up to the castle to take some nice pictures of the city. I lead the way because I had already been up there that day. We then took a stroll through the old town taking some pictures and looking in the souvenir shops. A couple ...
... off trams wherever it looked interesting.
One such place was a stop called "market hall." I like markets, so I checked it out. The market building itself is large, but a bit run down. Inside, there were all sorts of stalls- from meat and vegetable vendors to a barber salon and purse store. I stopped at one of the cheese stands to buy "the most Slovakian cheese" that the lady had. It turns out to be long strings of very salty smoked cheese ...