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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ankles in the past couple of days than the whole time in this part of the world. Ironic eyeglasses are all the rage. I also see more international types of cuisine. My food choices here have been a lot broader than other parts of this trip (I had good Thai one night!)
My first full day in Bratislava, I managed to cover most of the town in a few hours. Without using a map, I was easily able to navigate ...
... and light and rich.
The Cucoriedkovy Kol had a graham cracker-like crust, a cheesecake layer, and a blueberry topping. (Best similarity is a more solid pie filling haha) and then covered in powered sugar. This was my favorite!
(Pictures of both are included in the post!
After we finished dessert, I got back to work on the files. ...
... much a feel of isolation like in the hill towns, but the thin cobblestone streets and old houses were very reminiscent. Bratislava was a great city to just walk around without any aim or destination, which is one of my favorite things to do while I’m traveling. In the end, Bratislava didn’t hold too much for me, but that was exactly what I had expected. It was a fun little side trip.
Oh, and I did have the best potato pancake of my ...
... I suppose that is more commonly associated with remote towns of Poland and Russia. Bratislava, on the contrary, has beautiful old buildings that have been kept quite well and therefore attracts a lot of tourists. I was amazed at the number of tour groups wandering around, majority being retired people from United States and UK. Unfortunately, being tired and hungover meant that my interest in the history and background of Slovakia was dwindling. So I headed back to the hostel to rest, ...
... hours not much popped out. Even Ljubljana has more to look at and was prettier. The old town was fine and the castle was a castle, but the river and rest of the city wasn't particularly appealing. The Soviet built apartment buildings across the river were particularly unattractive. Sorry Bratislava, but I can't say I'd ever want to ...