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... and explained about the castle as well before continuing the outside the old town. She took us to the blue church which looks like a marshmallow and looks like it should be in Barcelona. Right opposite was this ugly soviet building which used to be a hospital but now is abandoned. Our tour guide was born there. It made the blue church look even more impressive. Our last stop of the day was where the famous picture of a Slovakian protester stood up to a soviet tank in the middle of ...
... some of it is very artistic and well done, and best of all was on the walls of the underpass leading under the motorway.
Bratislava also has what is known to be one of the world's largest housing projects,
Petržalka. On the opposite side of the Danube from the city centre has more than 120 000 residents.
You can clearly see Petržalka from the top of the castle, lots of very colourful apartment ...
... Theresa took a liking to the location of Bratislava and constructed a palace on the site for her favourite daughter Maria Christina and her husband. This burned down in the 1800's and subsequent reconstructions have made the castle look very plain. However, it does afford great views of the old city and surrounding modern areas. From there it was back to the apartment. Later on we ventured back to the Old Town so Jack could see the Danube. Large droplets of ...
June 10 – It's my daddy’s birthday! Happy Birthday, old man! Wish I could be there, but I am so thankful you allowed me to be in Slovakia!
Work today was great! I made great progress on the files and I went to a different place for lunch. I had pork medallions in a cream sauce served with potatoes. It was delicious and filling. It also came with a tomato and ...
... Those on the right got controlled and repressed, on the left, freedom. Sucks to be on the right. Though it wasn't all bad. Though to be fair it wasn't all bad, they got supplied everything they required but nothing more. Arguably better than on the left where if you couldn't/didn't work you died. Anyway despite it being ideologically sound in practice communism didn't work and lots of people died trying to cross the border. If you made it ...