Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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When waking up in the morning I knew I had to leave Vienna. The last couple of days were absolutely exhausting me (noise, lack of sleep due to impolite Asian girls, no sun at all) and I looked for a quieter place, which I hoped to find in Bratislava.
I had checked the train times and was happy once I sat in the train. However, the train was absolutely crowded and lucky as I was a couple sat behind me and the guy talked non-stop during the whole ...
Earlier start this morning. We met our group after breakfast at 8.15am, ready to catch the train to Bratislava. It's about an hour by train from Vienna. When we got there our tour guide, Tijna (rhymes with china), took us on an orientation tour of Old Bratislava town. Like Vienna, Bratislava also used to have a wall around it but this was pulled down in the 17th century & all ...
... 30 years from design to completion. It was enlightening. The gentlemen were entirely personable. They had no pretensions for such accomplished professionals. Their basic philosophy was to find the essence of a place - either historic or based on context - and allow that to influence the concept of the design.
We next ventured up to the studio. It essentially comprised of two open floors above the entry floor up to ...
... around and absorb the atmosphere. There is definitely a relaxed feel to the place even though it is fairly lively. The city is really modernizing without losing its sense of self direction and there is a lot of art work and free cultural experiences.
Finally Cat arrives - I am no longer on this journey by myself. Maybe my pictures will no longer need to be self-photobombed. I made spaghetti for Cat - first time really cooking while on the ...
... and came up with 'centre-right Euro-sceptic' or somesuch, which sounded fairly mild and uninteresting although further research seems to put them much further towards the extreme right with links to the fascistic Slovak Brotherhood. Probably a good job we didn't know this at the time. We might have spat at them.
They settled down in front of a statue outside the entrance to the castle and shouted a few speeches to the assembled throng (actually if you took ...