Sheraton Bratislava Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bratislava
... to travel just inside the border of Hungary. To my surprise, the once very much fortified border crossing was completely deserted as I could ride straight through. I remember the machine guns and barb wire very well. I headed for Szombathely the first major town across the border, for my first fuel stop of the day. Fuel is cheaper (less expensive, are better words for it) in Hungary than in Austria. Fuel is a major expense and makes motorcycling or driving a ...
... antique vestment, and the typical alter bric-a-brac. Yolan had read that the tower has the best view of the city. Unfortunately, they said it was closed for renovation and we couldn’t go up.
The shape of the cathedral symbolizes a crucifix. Where you’d expect to see a cross, a replica of the Hungarian Crown is instead on top of the tower.
The cathedral contains the body of Saint John ...
... flowers growing everywhere, a sea of butterflies and even wild strawberries growing! If we hadn't of needed a shower so much, we would never have checked into our campsite!
After a successful transition to the campsite and a well deserved breakfast, we followed some vague directions, "five minutes through the forest", we found a small clearing for the station of the cog railway which headed up the mountain. After about twenty ...
... coloured, communist style building.
After, on our own, we walked up to a huge fortress/castle overlooking Bratislava and all the amazing bridges it has. It was later in the evening and the sun was setting, so quite the view!
The next day we decided to get a little adventerous and rent bikes to ride to the nearby town of Devin, which has a castle with some parts that are over 1100 years old. But of course Mr. Napoleon had ...
We saw that snow had fallen and that it was freezing and because of our awesome late night we decided today would be a lazy day. We eventually headed out for lunch where we ordered what Khanya declares as half a pig. Khanya lost her appetite completely and watched Jake go to work, we then waddled along and through the presidential gardens and went back to the hotel to prep for our trip to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility