Mama'S Design & Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... into the cold air. It was a tad awkward for me, since most of the others were older people and European. There were eventually other tourists who also came and it made the experience a bit more comfortable.
After the bath, I headed across to the other side of town to eat at one of the most liked cafes on TripAdvisor and it was called Csiga Cafe. It had quite a relaxed hippie vibe to it and I felt very comfortable just sitting there escaping the rainy ...
... around to bratislava castle, which overlooks the river denube and into austria. Back in the city we had a couple of icecreams and made a picnic to have in the presidential palace in their garden. This picnic included smoked cheese balls, looking like a ball of yarn but tasted sooo good ...
... weird when I say it to myself, but it’s the best description I can think of right now.
We shopped for a very long time, but it didn’t seem like that long until we sat down and looked at what time it was. We went to a furniture store, the mall, and IKEA. M found a lot of what she needed for the office and a few things she also needed for her apartment she is currently moving in to. I bought a ...
... by the same kitkats and usual chocolatey goodness.
Next morning was pretty much bus to the station and away to Prague! The guide said as much when she did a quick poll of how long people were staying for. Almost every person said two nights. So they end up getting a decent amount of tourists coming to break up the journey from Budapest to Prague but they don't stay and spend as much cash as they do in other places. Most definitely worth the stopover.
The morning saw us enter our first lock. It was about 08:00 so we decided to stay in bed, open our curtains, turn on the TV and tune in to the boat's camera that looks out the front of the boat (tough life but someone has to keep the European economies afloat). Several boats enter the lock and when the loch master decides it is full (or the designated time arrives) he closes the gate behind the boats (the gate is made of concrete) and floods ...