Skaritz Hotel & Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We slept in a little this morning but not Queenie style, and went down to our free breakfast. Mom packed our stuff. That's a job. Check out from the Stephanplatz was 11am. We took the cab to Wien HBF, the main station in Vienna. It's huge and under total construction. Our train into Slovakia leaves at 12:21pm and we're there 45 minutes early. No …
... have their own farm in the country that produces some of the ingredients for their dishes- organic and old school ingredients. Jim ordered some hearty cabbage soup and I had potato dumplings with bacon and sheep cheese, along with a pint of Slovak beer each. All this for under 10 euros and we were both full. It was great, with a relaxed pub atmosphere- there were several different rooms you could go into, each with a different traditional Slovak theme. After feeling up, we started ...
... thank goodness). Dinner was this potato pasta thing with goats cheese and cubed fried pork fat, it was pretty yummy. And the play was interesting too. It was kind of abstract and 'modern'. It started with the characters learning about the death of three priests during a guided your of Bratislava. They had been tortured to death by army soldiers in the 1600s for their beliefs. Anyway, then the characters became the members of a theatre group putting on a play about this story. But ...
Bratislava is home to some quirky statues but thanks to google maps I miss the walking tour I was planning to join as it labeled the 'Opera house' the 'Royal Theatre' so I wasn't able to find the meeting point in time. Consequently I haven't learnt much about Slovakia. I run for the ...
... red hats you will look like idiot who knows nothing about Slovakia", quoted verbatim).
On the front is a cartoon sketch of an old Skoda from the pre-Volkswagen ownership days when the words 'joke' and 'Skoda' belonged together. When I was a kid our next door neighbour owned a blue 130L, with it's rear engine and questionable handling. I remember throwing mud on it and then blaming Sam, the fat cocky kid that I used to hang around with who lived around the corner*. ...