Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... that I may not be able to do justice to the breakfast cuisine. The Bride assured me that I would be able to manage, I didn't have her confidence. Breakfast was taken in the breakfast room. Everything was set up for us. I decided to hold back and take things slowly and in small portions.
Annette scoffed hers down and rode off into the sunrise to the Jewish Quarter to make her purchase of Austrian material. I can't recall if ...
... or the center of the old town. There i joined a few others and we had a quick but nice lunch, then walked around the old town, seeing the markets and a few churches. The old town square has lots of cool statues. After that we meet up with the rest of the group and headed back to the coach.
Continuing on i talked with those around me some more, listened to my ipod and then soon we had arrived in Budapest. We got in about 3.30pm, went to the hotel – mecure dana hotel. ...
... the successful escapes were guards. In memory of the people that died they have a statue and plaque with the names. After that we went to a bridge which crosses between Slovakia and Austria. Got a photo with feet in both countries! There are still some sections of barb wire present that used to divide the east and west at that river crossing and I was reminded how easy we have it now and that the river I was freely crossing did more than ...
After a good night's sleep we are lazing along on the river. We are just entering the first lock. Made it through the lock and now resting after a walking tour of Bratislava. Not really a big place compared with the cities we have visited. It a charming old town center that we enjoyed. The tour was led by a woman who had tons of information, so much so in fact that four of us decided to skip ...
... for it by the very angry lady in the ticket booth. So, we decided we really didn’t want to go visit the castle after all, and walked down. We actually got a better vantage point by walking the other way around, without having to pay for a ticket. Turns out that two very large rivers (one is the Danube, and I am not sure of the other one!) met, and it was this beautiful view across the river, where these two rivers very obviously met and merged. It was ...