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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
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... Since then, the site has become a sightseeing spot for tourists and Bratislava’s claim to fame!
Our favourite building in Bratislava is the ‘Blue Church’ - officially known as the Church of St Elizabeth. Stunning art nouveau deco in various shades of cool and bright blue, make it stand out among the many drab looking Communist era buildings.
As we wandered through the narrow, medieval streets ...
... a shower and got ready for bed because I wanted to make the most of the next day. I went for a little walk on my own up to the castle first thing. I got to see some awesome view points right across Bratislava. I tried to enter the castle, but had no idea where to buy a ticket because the ticket booth was closed. I decided to head down and take a walk through the old town to pick up some souvenirs and to check out the architecture. After a while I slowly left the old town and ...
... the famous local dish of potato gnocchi with a cheese sauce and various toppings. We shared a plate of Halusky with bacon and cabbage and a salad of tomatoes and onions. The pub is divided into a number of small rooms each having its own character and historical context. Fully sated, we continued our stroll down to the Old Town passing through St. Michael's Gate, the last surviving tower of the Old City Wall. Continuing down Michaelaska street, there ...
... s largest city. Bratislava is in southwestern Slovakia, occupying both banks of the Danube River and the left bank of the Morava River. Slovakia used to be part of Czechoslovakia.
After a quick perusal of emails and Facebook, we went for a walk to the Old Town via Obchodna Street. It was quite clean and with lots of shops. We entered the Old Town through Michael's Gate - the only one left of four gates that were part of the ...
... of the city, but I also noted that there were no homeless people evident even at 21:30 when we headed back to the ship. There was a Strauss waltz concert this evening in the city that we could have signed up for, but it was 64 euros each, and I doubt if I would have been allowed to waltz, so I thought it best that we avoid it completely. A final note: herself noted yesterday at the horse farm that 'Whoa!' seems to be a universal term to get horses to stop - perhaps it's a Hungarian ...