Sheraton Bratislava Hotel
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We then went to the office/where I was going to be living for two weeks until I moved into the missionary's house. (They are going on furlough.) I got relatively unpacked and then called Anna (my roommate) and my mother. Talking to them was wonderful, but also difficult. I tried to take a nap but couldn't get to sleep. I called my mother again, but ...
... skidding all over the place, and didn’t want to take back the later bus, which would have traveled almost entirely in the dark.
Of course, I have inherited my anxiety from my mother (sorry to say, ma!) and there were no problems with the traffic. I was seated on an older bus, next to a Russian family with three young girls. Of course, they didn’t realize that I could understand them, and I had no reason to disabuse them of ...
This morning was a 7am breakfast and bags to bus at 7:30. Got to meet the other 2 girli in my room, Tammy and Steph (I met Emily the night before). They are quite loud but seem alright. They've all been on since the start so they are quite close. Also finally met our top deck leader, Luke. Yet another Australian, and super tall!!! So on the bus I was sitting next to another newbie, Caroline. She's from California and really nice. I also met ...
... Those on the right got controlled and repressed, on the left, freedom. Sucks to be on the right. Though it wasn't all bad. Though to be fair it wasn't all bad, they got supplied everything they required but nothing more. Arguably better than on the left where if you couldn't/didn't work you died. Anyway despite it being ideologically sound in practice communism didn't work and lots of people died trying to cross the border. If you made it ...
... and they were catching a train to another city. We talked to them for a little before we got on the subway to our hostel. Our hostel was right in the center of everything. It was a Wombat's which is always a good time. The lobby was really now. Apparently it used to be a hotel, but they turned it into a hostel. There are four Wombat's cities. They are Berlin, Munich, Vienna, and Budapest. Since I stayed at them in all four cities, the guy in Berlin said I would get a free tshirt. ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center