Hotel Max Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Following the collapse of the Austro/Hungarian empire at the end of WWI Slovakia joined forces with the Czech's to create the new country of Czechoslovakia, with Prague as the capital and Bratislava as it's second city.
On March 14, 1939 Hitler gave Slovakia an ultimatum, they could be independent and join him or if they decline the offer Hitler advised “I will invade and break you ...
... railway station. The central station, Wien Hauptbanhof, is a new addition to Vienna's public transport system. It was conceived of in 2006 to replace the old Südbahnhof to improve access to the metro system and improved international services. The old station was completely destroyed and the new Hauptbanhof built on the site of the old one but with more platforms and better infrastructure. The station partly opened in 2012 but only became fully serviceable in December 2014. It ...
... castle grounds were young men who dressed up in older day fighting garments and demonstrated various weapons from the past (Viking, Franks and local). Very interesting it was. There was a well that was 55m deep and when you tipped water (supplied with bucket and cup so that people didn't throw rocks in) it took a few seconds to hear it hit the water below. Fascinating. We then started to walk back along a walking track towards Bratislava until the path ran out ...
... of this promenade is a holocaust memorial on the site of the city's original synagogue. It's a modern sculpture with a granite slab behind it- on the slab is an image of the synagogue. Across the square from it is St. Martin's cathedral. Bratislava was used as the capital of Hungary when the Turks occupied it, so many Hungarian kings were crowned there. A replica of the Hungarian crown tops the steeple of the church. We saw the city's castle perched on the hilltop but decided not to ...
... way. Bratislava Castle towers above the town, reconstructed in the 1950's having been destroyed by fire. St. Martin's cathedral and Michael's Gate, which has a 15th Century tower were along our tour and having some repair work done. In Main Square we saw aristocratic palaces and the Jesuit church. Bratislava is also home to some unique bronze modern sculptures including Cumil, or the Watcher peeking out from a manhole ...