Ibis Bratislava Centrum
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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... countrysides respectively slide by the window for two and a half hours before arrival in Bratislava. Despite this being a European capital city, the station resembled a dismal UK regional town. As with previous eastern European cities, Bratislava improved as I moved and the old town was a small but charming selfie paradise. There was the seemingly mandatory grey eastern European sky as a backdrop to as all of this ...
Sail away from Budapest was a lovely experience. Everyone was topside and it was a warm evening. Most people had got over their jet lag so were socialising and drinking and the views from the boat were great. The following day we were in counryside and sitting in the sun- very peaceful as the boat is very quiet.. It did not take long for the boat to cross over from ...
We sped off towards the city but took a pit stop at the mall (which is not the typical mall you see in America) to get bread and something for lunch. This mall has everything! A grocery store, restaurants, clothing stores and so much more. I didn't get to see much because we were all tired and in a hurry, but the store was really cool. I had no idea there were so ...
... 8217; joke… at least a decade I would think. So Mozart is everywhere. Mozart rubber duckies, concerts at every hall, numerous statues and houses with a link to Mozart; where Mozart grew up, where Mozart’s studied, the public toilet that Mozart once used, but our favourite piece of Wolfgang memorabilia would have to be the Mozart balls (hey…get your mind out of the gutter here.) Mozart chocolate balls filled with marzipan and wrapped in foil adorning his ...