Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... only finding out we were going the Wednesday before. One day to prepare and I was so nervous. There was another TWR employee from Singapore here on holiday and she was going with me. We loaded up the car and headed out on what was supposed to be a seven-hour ride. Nine hours, a messed up brake system, a never-seen-before Singapore passport, and lots of pretzels later…we ended up in Belgrad, ...
... I'm also taking an international communications & marketing course, but the best way to understand the promotion of a place is to explore it first hand right?
It's wild to think I've now been to 6 European countries in just over a month, and that we'll be departing for our Easter break trip to Spain this coming week. I'm so thankful for these experiences, and hope to be taking them in for all their ...
Well it's not been tooo long since the last blog, but gosh have a fair few things happened! Read what you will, at your own leisurely rate, it's all good, I swear! ... pictures will be arriving shortly!
So after a day of cancelled buses and a failed day trip from Prague, we decided to just leave to Slovakia. Our aim was to go trekking in the High Tatras, setting up our base camp in Tatranska Strba. We chose a ...
... a famous local Slovak Pub that serves a traditional dish called Halusky - small gnocchi like potato dumplings drowning in sheep’s-milk cheese. Unfortunately, we had no idea where this place was or how to find it. As the tram rattled on, we lifted our heads from the map for a second to see what part of town we were in, and out of the corner of my eye I caught a flash of words, "Slovak Pub," scrawled on a huge ...
... and women having handbag fights, which was hilarious. The two teams playing were HC Slovan Bratislava vs HK Poprad which is a town near Tatra mountains. There was lots of goal action with the score ending up at 4 - 3 to the home team. One end of the stadium was reserved for hardcore fans, who came equipped with drums, banners, massive flags (10m long) and a shirtless guy with a megaphone leading all manner of chants which I'm sure were suitably amusing/rude. The actual hockey ...