Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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This imposing building stands on the hill top looking down over the city. This is a reconstructed Baroque castle on a site with a history of occupation dating back to 907AD. Inside it is now a National museum.
This is one of ...
... lunch (it was delicious) and wandered up to the transport museum. This was different from the usual museums that tourists go to, and I actually enjoyed seeing the classic cars from the 1930's. Some local club was playing in a room full of Lego. I was totally jealous.
After this I checked out Saint Martin's Church, which had some of the more impressive stained glassed windows I've seen so far, and then headed up the hill to the castle. I ...
... Back on the bus and off to Vienna. Thankfully only another 1.5 hour drive. Apparently Budapest, Bratislava and Vienna are the 3 closest capitals in Europe. Arrive in Vienna just after 1, and go straight to the schnapps museum. This was pretty cool. We got a quick run down of how some of the liqueurs are made as well as a few testers. I tried the caramel cream liqueur which was delicious, tasted just like baileys. The choc banana ...
... beautiful Vienna. Ben moved with his wife Sondra to join her family in Vienna over 15 years ago. He created a business teaching English to the young - from preschool up through middle school - with over 30 employees and several thousand students.. About a year and a half ago they moved 15 minutes outside to a beautiful village right on the commuter train line - buying an old home they've put love and design into it's rehab. It's lines are lovely ...
... and to orient ourselves so we did not get lost making our way back to the B&B. One of the restaurants he recommended was pizza, so that is what we decided o try. It was very good and our waitress spoke English and taught us how to say thank you in Hungarian. After dinner we walked to the bank of the Danube to look across the river at Parliament. Parliament is on the Pest side of the river, we are staying on the castle or Buda side. After taking a few photos ...