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... both the inclusive ones and the added extras. We then had lunch and the City Tour departed. They always included a bus for the slower walkers which is good to remember. We decided that we would make our own way into the town centre as it was only a couple of blocks from the ship. Unfortunately as it is Sunday not a huge range of the shops were open, however if we had been in any other port, all shops would have been closed, so ...
... a bar called 17's bar and decided to go in. At first it was only four of us but a few locals popped in for a drink. I tried to get hold of Fenix to let him know where we were. He messaged me saying he was at the Solvak pub but they were closing soon, so was the 17's bar. We all decided to call it a night after here. The second day I was in Bratislava it was a lazy day. I managed to get all my washing done as well as plan the next part of my trip after I see my friends in Krakow. ...
After our horrific train trip to Budapest, we spent a wonderful 4 days enjoying the grand city. It is located in central Hungary, along the Danube river & is truly a gem, with much history, both good & bad. Hungary ailed with the German Nazi's during WWII & were under their rule from 1941 through 1945, when the Soviet Union took control until the uprising in 1958. The soviets stayed until 1998 when the last soldiers left. During all this time the ...
... and I only knew people from the other one.)
I did try something very new - Dutch black licorice. Please, don’t ever make me try this again. If you like it, you can have mine! It’s salty…candy should not be salty! I swallowed it, but trust me…I did not want to. I think I drank an entire bottle of water afterward but the taste stayed with me pretty much ...
... After dropping our bags we went into the historic centre and found Bratislava is actually really lovely. Apparently it was a match to Prague in its pretty buildings and churches etc, but the varying histories under the Communists meant Prague was maintained as a pristine historic city while Bratislava was 'modernised', which for Communists meant building motorways through parts of the medieval city, ripping down walls and generally messing it ...