Ibis Bratislava Centrum
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Get off the train and our first thought is "what a shithole...we should have stayed on the train!!" - walking down to the Old Town quickly changes my mind though.
It's a really hot day and we are roasting by the time we reached the hotel. We haven't eaten yet so we pop into the nearest pub to the hotel to get a burger and sample the local …
... both in the original fabric and decoration and in the restoration following wartime damage. The complex of the Palace and park may be considered to be an outstanding example of Gesamtkunstwerk because of the way in which it has preserved intact the originality of its architecture, the design and furnishings of the Palace, and the spatial and visual relationship of the buildings to the park. People are able to rent apartments within the premises. Chamber hunter- the name for ...
... from a far though!Also finding the countryside we were feet away from the Danua, enjoying a brisk tail wind. This propelled us along at 20mph. We exceeded 60 miles by lunch.
Eventually we left the easy riding and had to head out over rubbly *****, this consequently lead to Finn's pannier rack snapping! Despite this we clocked up 111miles before making camp, so Trev beat his record of distance cycled by a whole mile.
... 268;ervený Kameň Castle and Bojnice Castle; all with an abundance of history and stories to discover. Envisioning these castles in their prime is so fun as we often find ourselves imaging (and debating) what the kitchen looked like, how the rooms were originally decorated and where the arms rooms may have existed. Come Saturday morning we were ready to leave Bratislava and Hostel Blues and venture East as we began our drive across the ...
I raced down the ramp onto Austrian soil and continued on down the river. The roads climbed high as I looked out over the Danube, the trees a mix of greens with the occasional blush of autumn and the grey cliffs above sharply outlined in the crisp air. The homes continued to amaze me - gardens so full with organized and color coordinated planting, red brick half cloaked in ivy and balconies begged to be sat at with a beer. But I never ...