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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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 …
... there was a door) based on the suggestion of the reception, and proceeded to eat pancakes for dinner. They cost a grand total of 2 euro. That really set the scene for the rest of my time here.
Slovakia is beautiful. I saw many rolling fields and green countryside on the train ride over, and Bratislava's downtown historic district was also charming. It's right on the lake, and you can practically touch Austria a few km down the way. However, the rest of ...
... in a park. Then at 5pm I met up with the tour guide again for another tour she was trying to get off the ground. This time it was a paid tour that you did on your own ( 5 Euro). Got a map with 10 places marked on it ( small cafes cum pubs) where you could go and sample what they sell. Five of us did the tour. The little places we visited were all so neat - places you would never find on your own. ...
... We spent a good few hours there dancing to terrible music and being blinding by strobe and laser lights, another couple of 1.50euro shots and we decided to head out.
The next mission was not getting ripped off by taxi drivers. It cost us 5euros to get there, so we had a ball park figure.
First: 10euros - Nup
Second: 15euros - Pffft no
Third: 20euros - DEFINITELY not
We ended up getting some food, and talking to a couple of Slovakian ...