Premium Business Hotel Bratislava
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... out front. OK. Sounds like a plan to me.
Modra was a quaint, sleepy village and on the way in, we saw lots of small, local wineries and vineyards. Luckily, we saw a sign for a place in the center of town and a very friendly woman let us sample 3 wines for free. We prefer the whites, but all 3 that we sampled were good. They charged 1 Euro or slightly more for a liter. Yes, a liter of fresh, delicious wine. That works out to one dollar ...
... area. We ordered our drinks and then scoped out the dessert bar. (You pick your dessert, receive a ticket, and then your waitress brings it to you all prepared and perfect.) I got hot chocolate and a giant lavender, plum, blueberry macaroon that was just…intoxicatingly magnificent. I felt as though I was eating a blueberry lavender filled cloud that had been slightly baked. (You’re welcome ...
So following our stop at Brno, we were to leave the Czech Republic and head to Bratislava for a few nights at Autocamp Zlate Piesky, it looked like a nice place on the Website and with Bratislava being a bit of a biking city we thought it would be good!
We arrived at the Destination of the Coordinates given on their website to discover it was nowhere near, approximately 8 miles out from the only place we could find on the Sat Nav with similar ...
... amp; learning about local culture & Christmas traditions. #1 Christmas rule - NO artificial trees! They have fish & cabbage soup on Christmas Eve. The Lutheran cabbage soup which contains cabbage and sausage is much better than the Catholic cabbage soup which is made from cabbage water and does not include meat. :) Some of the older folks believe things were better under Communism because the state paid for everything, but most of the population enjoy the freedoms ...
... of the afternoon was a lesson from the chef and pastry chef on how to make apple strudel. I happened to be sitting in the front row and was "volunteered" to be an assistant. That was pretty scary - me making pastry. About as scary as Blaire blowing glass. Anyway we got through it and sampled some very nice strudel. A very full day and another wonderful meal followed by dancing to the tunes of ...