Kempinski Hotel River Park Bratislava
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Earlier start this morning. We met our group after breakfast at 8.15am, ready to catch the train to Bratislava. It's about an hour by train from Vienna. When we got there our tour guide, Tijna (rhymes with china), took us on an orientation tour of Old Bratislava town. Like Vienna, Bratislava also used to have a wall around it but this was pulled down in the 17th century & all ...
... my first night cooking in a new house. We had a great time of fellowship throughout the cooking and eating. She taught me how to use a spoon with pasta! (I know I know, it’s weird, but I’ve always wondered.)
As the evening winds down, I am drinking mint tea with mint I just picked from the garden and eating my amazing sweet bread with honey. I think I’ll love evenings like this. ...
... After dropping our bags we went into the historic centre and found Bratislava is actually really lovely. Apparently it was a match to Prague in its pretty buildings and churches etc, but the varying histories under the Communists meant Prague was maintained as a pristine historic city while Bratislava was 'modernised', which for Communists meant building motorways through parts of the medieval city, ripping down walls and generally messing it ...
... away from the historical center.
In the evening, back in Vienna, there was a Captains farewell cocktail party and special dinner- again billed as dressy, and despite the cruise director encouraging everyone ...
... ladies would just feel uncomfortable. Another short stroll down the road and we were presented with what looked like a fetus like creatures with blood all over it, another quirky yet confrontational art sculpture to add to the list. The art projects had been designed to create conversation, reaction and response. Well, they certainly achieved this and more as most of the “in your face” provocative sculptures definitely polarised the population walking around. ...