Skaritz Hotel & Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
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... old town. A stone castle was built in the 10th century an converted to a gothic fortress, then a Renaissance castle, and the rebuilt as a Baroque castle in 1649. It was destroyed by a fire and was in ruins until it was rebuilt in it’s Baroque style in the 1950s. We did not get a chance to climb up to the castle.
In an effort to overcome the dull nature of the city left behind by Communist rule, Bratislava repainted many buildings in brighter ...
... building (the Palace) Built 9th century – 18th century Rebuilt in 1956-1964. The castle building includes 4 towers (one on each corner) and a courtyard with an 80 m (260 ft.) deep water well. The largest and tallest tower is the Crown Tower on the southwest corner. The 47 m (154 ft.) tower dates from the 13th century and for approximately 200 years beginning in the mid-1500s housed the crown jewels of Hungary.
Primate's Palace (Primaciálny ...
We decided to go visit Bratislava because we have a friend Jason Pearman, a fellow Canadian, who is living there. He was an awesome tour guide and we walked around the city for about 6 hours. He took us to a sweet department store where we found a hard case to put our GoPro in, and some much needed shampoo and bodywash haha. The department store had a grocery store in the basement and we bought food to make taco salad for supper. Jason also bought a Slovakian drink that tasted a bit ...
After we roamed around the Imperial Garden, we set off to look for Demel. We needed coffee and just one more sweet thing. We came across some more really cool buildings and just sat on the buildings soaking in the perfect weather and enjoying our company.
We found Demel and immediately I felt even more at home. The warm rich chocolate smells wrap you up and carry you up the stirs to ...
... 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 ...