Penzion RUSTICA - Garni
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We arrived in Bratislava To find three friendly smiles Who surprised us on the platform After O so many miles They took us in and filled us up Great thanks to Heni's mum Her home a piece of paradise From which to go and come We loved her Slovak recipes Went back each time for more We plan to try and replicate With produce from the store A festival in Pezinok Where locals all have vines They grow their grapes for pleasure And here ...
... more hours. Our hosts were not at home when we arrived but a nice gentleman from the United States, who has been coming to Budapest and staying at this bed and breakfast for 8 years kindly let us in and phoned the hosts that we had arrived early. He then graciously sat with us and told us about himself and Budapest while we waited for our host to arrive. Our hosts are fantastic! At least the one we met today is and I am sure his wife will be too. He is ...
... Same in the butcher where I asked for fillet. It seemed to me that it was a little overwhelmed my Slovak language skills (hands and feet). So there again tonight chopped meat with macaroni.
Lasse wie gestern die grossen Städte (Wien und Bratislava) aus. Dies ist mal was für ein verlängertes Wochenende und Mann will ja auch mal ans Ziel im Süden ...
... stops were at the squares most significant during the Communist era and the Velvet revolution, with very interesting stories and historical landmarks. Overall a great way to learn more about Bratislava and its complex history!
After the tour we definitely had to warm up a bit, so we headed to the Belgian Beer bar so that Cam could get a Belgian beer (he did miss out when I went to Brussels with the girls!). After warming up, we then went to one of the local Tescos ...
... with maps and city guides (which most hostels do) and when I inquired about the boating trips from Bratislava to Budapest, they looked up the possibilities only to find that it was about 50 euros more to ride the hydrofoil to Budapest than the train. Alas, I will have to get a little Danube time in while in Budapest.
I traveled just down the street and around the corner to get some Slovakian food. I ordered garlic soup and roasted ...