Travel Blogs from Dunakiliti
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. ...
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... that I feel it is my duty to start.... Slovakia TRIVIA TIME. I only really have one fun fact, and that is that Slovakia has more drinking water per capita than any other country. They can literally just wash themselves in the stuff. Very interesting. Actually, second Bratislava fun fact. It shares, with Vienna, the honour of being one of the two closest (geographically) European capitals. Very exciting!
The city is pretty fun to walk around, even though its pretty small. ...
... fortification in 1537. Construction continued in the 17th Century to 18th Century incorporating Baroque style.
We returned to the ...
... the river, though.
Most of the castle was closed for the on-going renovation, but there was a small museum with a temporary exhibit near the entrance. It had a collection of liturgical items on loan from churches around the country. There was a range of ages for the items, but the basic forms seemed to have remained the same over the centuries.
From the castle, we went downhill to Bratislava's historic area. It had a smattering of ...