Kempinski Hotel River Park Bratislava
Travel Blogs from Bratislava
... in Slovak, the voices of the singers were beautiful and I was able to sin the English versions in my head. I was going to stay with Abbie that evening, but started feeling unwell, so Juraj drove me home since he was headed to Bratislava. Before I left Abbie’s house, however, I was able to talk to most of my family. They had all gathered at my grandmother’s house for a Father’s Day / my dad’s ...
... to be there right around the time for mass so I stay for that. After mass I head back to the hostel and get back around 1 pm or so. I don’t remember what I did for the next hour and a half – maybe I was reading a book, or re-reading parts of the book I read that morning, or looking up information on the internet for planning the next stages of my trip. At around 2:45 I decide to go stick some laundry in the wash On the way down to the laundry ...
... called Čierny Pes, which served a delicious range of Czech beers. There we accumulated more friends – Kristina (aka Kika), Roman, Nemo, and various others. We finished at Piccolo, a bar/club which I cannot remember that well, as I had been incapacitated by too many beers and Slovakian shots by this stage. We also hung out the next day, and the next. We went on a free walking tour of Bratislava, which was great for finding out about the history, ...
... night in Bratislava #FAIL. That was it for Monday. Tuesday I woke up early, again, and had a nice breakfast before leaving the hostel. I want biking to a castle called Devlin, 10 kms. away from the old city located in the converging point of the Danube river and the Morave river. The place is beautiful, a bit isolated and not too packed with international tourists but mostly Slovak tourists. This was one of the recommendations of my Slovak cabin ...
The next day we needed to book our train tickets to Prague and managed to make what should have taken about 45 minutes take 2 hours by getting very lost! After we eventually sorted the tickets we walked up to the Castle overlooking the town, stopping at the Tesco's on the way to get an ice cream. The views from the castle were mainly of communist concrete apartment blocks but the ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility