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Welcome to another award winning episode of 'Clo and Matt's travel blog’. After recently receiving a ‘blogie’ for ‘best new travel blog by a person/people with a surname starting with the letter ‘H’’ our spirits (and no doubt your …
We arrived by taxi from the train station to a fourth great place to stay in Eastern Europe, an apartment where we enjoyed the extra room and kitchen facilities. In addition to some muesli, fruit and yogurt and frozen pizzas, we (mostly John) devoured several varieties of poppy seed or apple pastries and Zlaty Bazant beer. The weather warmed up …
I drove through the night to Bratislava and got there late afternoon. Apart from heavy rain in Austria and a EUR120 fine for not reading the signs to buy a EUR7.70 sticker, it went absolutely smoothly. Bratislava doesn't give you a warm welcome when you drive in. Oil refineries and massive residential blocks welcome you first. Not a great place for …
... hit us was brutal and we crashed early and woke up in the middle of the night wide awake. This was going to take some getting used to.
Our first day in Prague we woke up in the afternoon to beautiful sunny skies so we knew we had to explore the city. We were staying only a 5 minute walk away from Prague Castle and decided that would be our first stop. The castle was huge!!! We spent about 3 hours exploring and reading up on the history of the ever so infamous ...
... the old town and free time.
Bratislava was abut downtrodden. Lots of graffiti although the murals under the 'new' bridge were powerful. A bit like those in Northern Ireland. We noticed Western European influence in the architecture of the old part of town.
We were told that the standard of living had improved dramatically over the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services