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 …
... to a different room. And then later, we decided to stay a 4th night. It's a weekend at a great hostel, so we'll have to stay in a dorm, a first for Deanne! But she's a trooper.
Saturday, October 25
We just spent our 3rd night here and we're having a blast. Our room last night was for 3 people, but they gave us a deal. It has a great view of a church and convent and a kick-ass view of the white castle up on the hill. They ...
... beautiful castle (seeing as how I was sleeping right next to it) and spent a fair bit of time wandering the streets lined with cafes and restaurants. At one point, I came across a boys’ choir performing on a stage in the middle of the street much to the delight of the gathered crowd.
It was a relaxing and enjoyable few days there that also included the conclusion to the World Cup. I managed to squeeze myself into a spot inside one of the bars on a busy cobble-stoned ...
... restaurant serving local cuisine that would meet that need (I had a chicken broth soup with bits of real chicken, noodles, vegetables and something crispy). We still had 30 minutes to spare, so we had a look around the few permanent souvenir shops until our meeting time with the rest of the group. Before we knew it, we were in Vienna. It was hard to tell exactly when because there wasn't any actual border crossing ...
... On the Sunday we headed on the Metro to the International Baptist church. It was a great little church in the middle of an apartment block. The congregation was made up of people from mainly African, American and Asian descent as well as some local Austrian’s. The preacher was a guest from the States who spoke really well and we thoroughly enjoyed the service. From there we strolled the streets of Vienna, enjoying lunch at a nice restaurant and getting our general bearings. ...