Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... fantastic. It was great.
Off to dinner and we discovered that we bit off more than we could chew. The feast of grilled chicken and pork, with spakil and salad was huge. We couldn't get through it. Apparently a traditional Slovak meal. Paid the bill and off home. The ice cream shops were beckoning and we just had to try Slovak ice. It is certainly different and naturally very, very nice.
Home, early bedtime at the end of a big day.
... raining and there was one major things that I had not experienced since coming to Hungary and that was to experience a thermal bath. Hungary is special in that it lies on a thermal area, and there are hot springs found in many regions of the country. There is even a lake called Lake Heviz which is a large natural thermal spa in the west of Hungary. The bath i went to had a wonderful yellow baroque building surrounding the outdoor baths which were bright blue in colour ...
... a friend, Sally, that is my British mum while I am in Vienna. Since I am still sick, she stopped by to check on me and bring me some medicine. It was so nice to see her, and to know I am taken care of while I'm here. Sally is so sweet, and I'm so grateful for all the connections I have already made on my trip.
After Sally left, it was time for a shower, and bed. What a day, what a day. Hopefully I'll be better for tomorrow's trip with the German class.
... and completely independent from myself, decided that, in order to maximize our time in Bratislava, it would be best to book passage on a bus at 8:30 in the morning. What she, perhaps, failed to take into account was that it would take us nearly an hour to get to the bus station, and we'd need time to get ready before that. So we were looking at waking up just south of 6 am on a Saturday. Needless to say, I was already not loving it. We made a mad dash for the ...
... river peppered with large rocks. We sat on a rock in the middle of the river in the middle of a pine forest, and ate our fruit lunch feeling fantastically peaceful and serene.
The High Tatras was such a beautiful introduction into Slovakia that we decided to visit another national park before heading to the capital. We managed to hitch a ride back to Poprad, and then jumped on a bus to Podlesok, which is hardly a village ...