Hotel Michalska Brana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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In this town I spent some time with Brendon and Jess then wandered the streets alone. I needed time to myself to process things in my life. I think this trip is a huge way of processing things-it's my odyssey.
The other random thing I learnt about myself today is that I take the most terrible photos. I always knew that but I had hoped, one day, I could be this amazing photographer or something. I can't. I do not take the ...
... each train would pull up. Each car has a fully labelled map of the line, again including what transfers are possible at each location. And each car has a digital display telling you what station is next. The metro stations all have signs telling you how long to the next car. The tram, bus, and boat stations all have well marked signs indicating the daily timetable for each route. Many of the tram and bus stations have digital signs saying when ...
... and I went to a party of sorts at the house of one of the girl’s in my Bible study group. She and her sister left for the US yesterday (Tuesday) and will spend their summer in Alabama and Texas. I met some new people, ate some new food (tuna paté…not sure how I feel about that) and laughed quite a bit. That evening, as I was going to bed, I felt a sensation like I hadn’t felt in two weeks. I was cold! It’s ...
... decide to stick my head in the lobby and see if Paul’s around. We hadn’t actually worked out where we were going to meet once he got in to the hostel. But it all worked out because – voila! There he was!
He is still much taller than me, and very very skinny. He finished checking in and then I went and did laundry and we talked some more. After my laundry was done I hung it up in my room (still just me!) and then I don’t ...
... once we checked into our hostel we started to adventure through the city. It was noticeably cheaper than Vienna which was a nice change. We were directed to a local pub conveniently named Slovak Pub where we had some DELICIOUS locally made organic sheep's cheese which is one of their countries staples. The best $2.20 ever spent. We needed a chill night in Bratislava so we walked across town to the movie theatre and enjoyed a bag popcorn along with a chick flick romantic ...