Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava
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Travel Blogs from Bratislava
... of this promenade is a holocaust memorial on the site of the city's original synagogue. It's a modern sculpture with a granite slab behind it- on the slab is an image of the synagogue. Across the square from it is St. Martin's cathedral. Bratislava was used as the capital of Hungary when the Turks occupied it, so many Hungarian kings were crowned there. A replica of the Hungarian crown tops the steeple of the church. We saw the city's castle perched on the hilltop but decided not to ...
... with everything lit up to moving low tempo Hungarian music. It was truly magical. Pictures can only tell part of the story but for me the best was to convey the true emotion of the moment is through my images.
After breakfast we endured the required safety drill. Shortly afterwards we went through our first lock of the trip. This was one of ...
... through and saw most of the major sights! We walked around Old Town, climbed up to one of the many castles there, and even saw the blue Church (which is actually BLUE! - quite funny!) While on our travels, we attempted to do the Bratislava free walking tour, but after having bladders the size of peas, we had to stop for a pee, where we told the guide that we were coming ...
... mirroring each other almost perfectly into the horizon.
We paused in Bratislava to stretch our legs and managed to park in a restricted area in front of a major Ministerial building. Luckily Big Boy wasn't towed away and he quite enjoyed his brief feeling of superiority. Vicky narrowly avoided being electrocuted by stepping on tram-lines, until she realised that everyone else was doing so and that Danny had spent the entire holiday thus far fooling her ...
... and drizzled with bacon fat). The food was delicious but Amelia couldn't finish hers as it was so rich. After lunch we walked and began to gain our bearings.We saw the UFO bridge which crosses the Danube, a 1970's communist construction which looks just like a UFO stuck on two sticks. Lots more walking before we headed back stopping at the huge Tescos next door to our hostel. A few Euro's spent and we had the ingredients for our chicken stir-fry. After supper we relaxed ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center