Kempinski Hotel River Park Bratislava
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... area. We ordered our drinks and then scoped out the dessert bar. (You pick your dessert, receive a ticket, and then your waitress brings it to you all prepared and perfect.) I got hot chocolate and a giant lavender, plum, blueberry macaroon that was just…intoxicatingly magnificent. I felt as though I was eating a blueberry lavender filled cloud that had been slightly baked. (You’re welcome ...
Today was pretty much just a travel day. I got the Polskibus from Krakow at 10:30am to another Polish city called Katowice. I had about an hour and a half to wait so I grabbed some lunch at the bus station and then hopped on my next bus to Bratislava. It was about a five and a half hour ride and it was pretty nice. The scenery once we got into Slovakia was really nice. There were a lot of farms, a few castles, and a couple of mountains. It was raining ...
... we saw aristocratic homes and the baroque Jesuit Church. Bratislava is an industrial city and home to a number of car manufacturers and refineries. We returned to the ship for lunch and had a very busy afternoon on board. Firstly we traveled through our final lock of the trip, 61 foot drop - very impressive. Next activity was a tour of the wheelhouse where the captain does most of his sailing. ...
... Those on the right got controlled and repressed, on the left, freedom. Sucks to be on the right. Though it wasn't all bad. Though to be fair it wasn't all bad, they got supplied everything they required but nothing more. Arguably better than on the left where if you couldn't/didn't work you died. Anyway despite it being ideologically sound in practice communism didn't work and lots of people died trying to cross the border. If you made it ...
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First stop was Devin, a charming town just outside of the Bratislava city limits near the Austria border, with a renowned castle ruin perched atop a cliff. We then followed the road further North to visit multiple small towns and villages and for Kaylie to practise her Slovakia map reading abilities. A few wrong turns and missed road signs and we were starting to find our groove driving in this country. We saw the ...