Sheraton Bratislava Hotel
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... tidying up my backpack as I have seen all there is to see of Bratislava. I got to meet and hang out with locals but the real experience of culture will have to be for another day. I’m getting on a bus to Budapest (capital of Hungary) tomorrow which I’ve been told is an even cheaper city so perhaps it’s my opportunity to stay put for a few days. The accidental visit to Slovakia has been an absolute dream, certainly not a place I ever intended on visiting but hugely glad that I ...
... new city part. It's full of wonderful neo-gothic, neo-rennaisance and classical gravestones. The most legendary neo-gothic grave belongs to the Slovak Robinson Crusoe, Karol Jetting, who shipwrecked during a voyage to Senegal in 1760 and survived 9 months on a deserted island. Slovak National Gallery is one of the most controversial buildings in Slovakia. It's also one of the ugliest galleries in the world. The original building exists since 1948 but in 1979 the architect ...
... in which, Rob reported, was quite impressive. Peter is a former executive at Siemens and has got some serious organizational skills. All of our events and visits there were carefully planned and perfectly executed!
Tricia went with Matej and Barbara who have baby Emma (4 months). Matej has to have been the best jokester we've met thus far. He was always cracking good jokes about us or with us! But, Tricia tells us that after an evening with a ...
... from elevtated hillside. Enjoyed views of castle, historical centre and more modern buildings. Down to Castle - freezing cold with strong wind blowing us off our feet. Short visit and few quick photos. Guide tells us it gets down to 20 below in Winter here so today is "not cold".
Back into historical centre. Blown away by St Martin's church - site of the coronotation of any number of Hungarian monarchs.
Into city central square. Many impressive buildings and ...
... to leave (literally) and he went and bothered some Germans. Result. I'm very conscious that I've just been nasty to the Germans twice in the same post and to be honest once in a whole blog is probably enough. I don't have anything against them, honest, it's just that I know that most of the people reading this blog will be English and nothing gets an Englishman on board quicker than a good ol' bit of German bashing (not literally). ...
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