- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to do whilst on the main leg of the trip in Austria. We arrived at the westbahnof, which wasnt actually near the hotel as we had anticipated. There was a more central station, so we had soem amendments to make to our travel to be able to drop our luggage off before we got to the national opera house. I was a little disappointed in the City at this point because we had had a wonderful view of the night sky line on the way in on the train bridge as places were illuminated ...
... of the Kingdom of Hungary. After WW I some of its eight bells were recast to cannons. In 2000 all five neighbor countries gave the cathedral a bell as a gift.
There was a fantastic panoramic view of the whole city of Bratislava from the Castle so we managed to take many photos of the "UFO Bridge" (as itīs called by the local people). Itīs supposed to be another symbol of Bratislava. The top floor offers an incredible view of the old city center. This 85 meter ...
Today we had an afternoon and evening in Bratislava. This morning went through the first of 68 locks. It was fascinating to see how it worked. This was actually the biggest lock that we go through. We went up 19 metres and it really didn't take too long for the whole process to occur.
Then arrived at Bratislava about 11.15am and had to fill in some time until lunch ...
A birthday card and a vase with wildflowers at Junko's table setting greeted her when she came down for breakfast.
We said goodbye to Bratislava, it had been a great stop on our route.
We crossed the Danube with Hiro in the lead. We passed our Botel on opposite shore and took one last picture. ...
... work hours. He was still up working when we arrived, so we didnt have to sneak around our dorm room. Instead we headed down to the basement bar to use our free drink vouchers which we received with check in. So late night supper was 2 free gin shots (meant to be vodka but it sure tasted like gin), 2 beers and a bag of chips. Chris taught me how to play foosball, which I am always going to be rubbish at. Of course he won, so he went to bed happy!