Radisson Blu Carlton Hotel, Bratislava
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Left at 9:15 AM today heading for Bratislava but we made a stop not far from the hotel to see an apartment complex designed by Hundertwasser, an Austrian Jewish artist. The buildings are very free form and colorful. There are souvenir shops surrounding the area taking in a lot of tourist dollars. Not sure if the shops or the buildings were the …
... Prefect place to hang out with friends and to be on your own. I then took a walk around the old town one more time before heading back to the hostel to chill out before my overnight to Krakow at midnight. I watched a film called 'The boy in the striped pyjamas' because I will be going to Auschwitz with my friends in a few days time. The film was really depressing. Later on that evening I got talking to the polish girl and Brazilian guy inlet from the night before. We shared ...
... a city in transition. As the capital of Slovakia and the country's largest city, Bratislava is shedding the grim cloak of Communism and emerging economically with enthusiasm and young people, many studying at the six universities in town. Incentives to draw business to Slovakia has been successful and now the country is a world leader in automobiles produced per capita. This contrasts with the more remote, mountainous regions of the country where ...
... chicken in a creamy local sauce and I had bryndzove halusky so slaninou (little dumplings about the size of a pea made from potato dough mixed with a kind of sheep's cheese). Bryan had a couple of local beers and I had a couple of borovickas (local spirit distilled from juniper berry). It was nice - but it was hard to get service, then hard to get and pay the bill. It came to less than 22 Euro, just over $A30, so only tipped $2.
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