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Travel Blogs from Bratislava
... br> After dinner we were treated to some "chamber" music by the "Aphrodites" - a local group of 4 lovely ladies. Started the session with music from Boney M and ended with Abba. Quite an unexpected threat as they were very good - according to all the men audience!
We set sail for Vienna at 10.30pm. Picture of the Fortress ...
... of people were walking in there and I thought it was the exit. Nope, just some tombs, and a creepy staircase leading to underneath the church. Nasty.
The trip back from Bratislava was really pretty. I was sad to leave so soon, but I must admit, when I saw we were back in Vienna, I got a bunch of butterflies in my belly, because I was excited to be home. I've been thinking a lot lately about what home means. I think being in a place that makes you feel ...
... up the elevator in the center shaft of the building to the first floor of the three floor studio. Paul met us at the elevator - He spoke english very well. Martin did not speak English but was involved in all of the discussion thru Pavol.
We chatted for a while. Peter departed.
Now it was time for us to talk shop. I had Pavol open the web site for Pope Arch and explained some of the projects our firm has ...
... We spent a good few hours there dancing to terrible music and being blinding by strobe and laser lights, another couple of 1.50euro shots and we decided to head out.
The next mission was not getting ripped off by taxi drivers. It cost us 5euros to get there, so we had a ball park figure.
First: 10euros - Nup
Second: 15euros - Pffft no
Third: 20euros - DEFINITELY not
We ended up getting some food, and talking to a couple of Slovakian ...
... through and saw most of the major sights! We walked around Old Town, climbed up to one of the many castles there, and even saw the blue Church (which is actually BLUE! - quite funny!) While on our travels, we attempted to do the Bratislava free walking tour, but after having bladders the size of peas, we had to stop for a pee, where we told the guide that we were coming ...