Kempinski Hotel River Park Bratislava
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... is around 10km from the centre of the old town and it is easy to get to. The location is not only interesting from an historic perspective, it also gives amazing panoramic views over the confluence of the Danube River and the Morava River.
Church of St. Elisabeth
... didn't feel like going back to the hostel. I wasn't quite ready for dinner. I didn't know whether I'd prefer to smoke shisha or drink beer. I ended up finding a place that served both. That solved all of my problems. I eventually got dinner, since I had a discount coupon for a place that serves traditional Slovakian food. Unfortunately I ended up at a different, though very similarly named place on the same street which also served Slovakian ...
... land where everyone smokes, has at least one dog they take everywhere, and to be heard you have to practically yell.
My first few hours in Serbia were filled with food. Obvious foreshadowing of how the rest of my four days there would be spent. Portions in Serbia are huge, heavy, and so so tasty. We relaxed pretty much the "first day" (it was just an evening) because my travel companion ...
... the moment that this occurred, and we arrived there a good hour earlier than expected, but I had my suspicions when I started noticing billboards advertising in German. We did get to see a little bit of Vienna before our Austrian dinner, but I will leave that to my next blog entry. So there you have it: Hungary for breakfast, Slovakia for lunch, and Austria in time for dinner = three countries all in just the one ...
... statues added to the quirkiness of the old town.
The walking tour was good. It not only covered the old city but also parts of the newer communist era town which many tourists don’t venture to. The walking tour jogged my memory of some aspects of history that I had studied whilst at university but had subsequently forgotten. It was great to finally be in the actual places that had been the inspiration for my trip to Central Europe, albeit several years later. It ...