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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... regretted ordering the second course. The bread bowl was huge. I managed to finish the soup and half of the bread bowl before I gave in. I didn't want to get too full on the second course. As the second course arrived I was unsure if we had the right meals. It looked nothing like normal dumplings. It looked more like macaroni and cheese. Then I read the description again and it was the right meal. Just pictured it would of been different. None the less it tasted really nice and ...
... to make change. She said that she didn't have enough change, but that I could just have 2 Euros. What? I tried trading her the 5 for that, and then all the change I had other than what I needed for the ticket, but she kept insisting that I just take the Euro I needed. Thanks! How nice!
I took the tram near old town and then wandered around old town with no particular destination in mind. I started hearing sounds of some sort of band, so ...
... small but absolutely adorable.
We continued to meet people from all over the world. Hostels are good for that. As we were getting ready, some loud whistle-blower came into our room (obviously drunk), befriending us and taking us to meet the rest of his friends. This was a team of Swiss floor ball players. We had no idea what we were getting ourselves into but it ended up being the most memorable night we have had. These guys ...
... called Čierny Pes, which served a delicious range of Czech beers. There we accumulated more friends – Kristina (aka Kika), Roman, Nemo, and various others. We finished at Piccolo, a bar/club which I cannot remember that well, as I had been incapacitated by too many beers and Slovakian shots by this stage. We also hung out the next day, and the next. We went on a free walking tour of Bratislava, which was great for finding out about the history, ...
... was the CEO. Most of these guys had kids. They were on an annual meet up and this year it is in Budapest. The CEO pays for everything so they all just get drunk. These guys all looked so similar. I would have guessed that they were a family on a stag or something. I was surprised that Norwegians have such a unique look. We all hung out there until 2:00 am or 3:00 am or something, and then a few of us left. We walked back to the hostel and ate some kabobs. They were the perfect cap to a busy ...