Radisson Blu Carlton Hotel, Bratislava
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Today was a day of leisure - no practices, games or tours. Everyone was on their own to choose - river cruises, castle tours, Bratislava tours, visit the mall, explore Bratislava or just relax.
Our hotel, as all the hotels so far this trip, provides a very filling breakfast. Many choices from meat, vegetables, assorted breads and rolls, …
A long day in the coach from Prague to Bratislava. We had planned two stops to allow WC breaks (restrooms here are "water closets"), however our first two rest stops did not include restrooms. Hmmmm..... a problem, but the men solved it by a quick trip into the woods (which we were told had been visited by many and was quite a nightmare). After the …
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 …
I stayed two nights in the capital of Slovakia.
I visited the castle and took quite a few pictures form the top of the tower. Looking to the south you apparently have a view of three different countries (you can see into Austrian and Hungary which are near neighbours).
I also went on a free walking tour with a few other travellers. The tour is very much geared to a young audience, so I am still young enough to ...
... against the Nazis. Ironically, the biggest protests during the Velvet Revolution of 1989 took place here so today it's actually more a symbol of the failure of communism. Nowadays it's a popular meeting place for all Bratislavans where they come to celebrate. On the contrary the Blue Church is actually called the Church of St. Elizabeth It was built in 1907 in Hungarian Art Nouvea style.
After finishing the tour we went back to our hostel room which was finally ...