Sheraton Bratislava Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Photos of Sheraton Bratislava Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Bratislava Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bratislava
Before we leave Gyor, just a few more pictures (first four).
After you've read this post, you'll think we didn't do much today. But we can't believe how much we accomplished - starting with the bus ride to Bratislava, Slovakia.
We've never traveled a long distance by bus in Europe. But the train didn't make sense b/c it …
June 10 – It's my daddy’s birthday! Happy Birthday, old man! Wish I could be there, but I am so thankful you allowed me to be in Slovakia!
Work today was great! I made great progress on the files and I went to a different place for lunch. I had pork medallions in a cream sauce served with potatoes. It was delicious and filling. It also came with a tomato and ...
... ugly, huge, grey concrete apartment buildings for the farmers in the towns and cities, and sent them out to the collective farms to work for the state. I recall seeing the huge, now cooperative farms when I was here in '99, and now I understand a bit better the story behind the story. These were quite mechanized farms (mostly dairy) with modern equipment and large field machinery. We arrived in Vienna ahead of schedule, after passing through another lock. We were able see the ...
... 8211; after you have hauled your ass to the top (gosh we need some more exercise!)
Deciding after our little burst of physical activity we needed lunch, we headed back into the city to find a spot with Slovakian fare for lunch. Finding a place wasn’t hard as most boasted traditional dishes and we settled in at a table to wade through the menu of choices – I as always have trouble deciding.
The meal and the accompanying beer were good, but we might ...
... As well as the more controversial art in the city, there were also many bronzed sculptures that fitted the scenery quite well. We spotted around ten of these as we walked the streets of Hlavne Namestie, but none were more famous than 'The Watcher”. This statue is of a man hiding in the sewer just popping his head out. The figure only sticks out around 15 centimetres from the ground so you may even just walk by it if you’re not on the lookout. This statue has been ...