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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kamila Bratislava
Travel Blogs from Bratislava
... us & on the opposite side were 2 other slightly smaller river cruising boats tidied up, concrete walls either side then close the gates & the water begins to pour in to allow you to raise to the correct level, amazing.
Arrived into Bratislava, Slovakia, had a bus drive around the city (both sides of the river), then up to Castle Hill, impressive view of the city but you aso notice the countries of Austria & Hungary just a stones ...
... it formally dissolve bonds with the Czech Republic. The city skyscape bears the hallmarks of the rebuilding work of the Soviets after the second world war's destruction. We walked down the hill towards the old town and past the presidential palace, the Grassalkovich Palace where we were greeted by the sight of hundreds of Slovak policemen and government enforcers and a cavalcade of black limousines displaying the Turkish standard. In front of the palace is Hodžovo ...
... Upon arrival in Bratislava, I wanted to get a better map than my printout and get settled at the hotel. Unfortunately, there is no useful tourist information at the bus station. The wifi at the bus station requires a password from one of the businesses there. Also, the station is kind of far from all of the touristy stuff.
Instead, I headed out in a random direction for food, hoping somebody could direct me where I needed to be when my map failed, at ...
... circle of cheese (about four inches across and an inch thick), bread it and fry it. It’s crunchy, creamy, soft, sweet, salty, and…perfect. Who needs marinara sauce when you have this heavenly concoction?!
Friday…mmm. Friday Friday Friday. Oh! I finished the files! Completely! I have never been so excited to drag and drop because I could see the light at the end of the tunnel! For lunch, I went to ...
We had a little bit of trouble with getting here but once we arrived, everything was fine (we can't seem to ever have a weekend without some travel issue..).
Our first night there we met several nice people. Two from Germany, one from Israel, and one from Mexico whom we went out with to some hidden local club. It was certainly a cultural experience. The next morning/afternoon we celebrated easter with a meal together. The town ...