Tulip House Hotel
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... to visit Slovakia because not many people go there and it still a bit of an untamed territory, so I booked train tickets the night before and there I was, in a train compartment with a young German couple opposite me and another solo guy travelling Europe from Korea.
Yesterday, I was also very lucky to have met a dude from the US living in the same dormitory, but unfortunately I could only hang out with him for a night. He and I had a lot to talk about since he ...
We arrived in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, around 9 am this morning after cruising all night. It is a rainy, grey day.....looks very Eastern European. We had opted out of the walking tour offered by the boat as we didn't have much time in this port. We wandered around the city square which is very well updated for the ...
... I wish I could have gotten a picture! The chicken is stacked onto a long sword looking thing and the slowly roasted all while adding more spices. Then they shave off a massive helping and wrap it up in flat bread with a yogurt sauce, and your choice of lettuce, onion, pickles, tomato and spice. I earned some respect points when I said yes to spice. (Little wins!) This thing was so (as I apparently started saying ...
... burning it down when they were on the ****). There's a commemorative cannon ball in the clock tower to commemorate the French attack on the city and, continuing their fondness for strange statues, there's a statue of Napoleon (or another French soldier) leaning over one of the benches in the main square. Just chilling.
The best part of the tour was the blue church or the Church of St. Elisabeth which is a Hungarian Secessionist Catholic ...
... and looking blissfully content. The beauty of someone at peace with their world is a wonderful thing and hard to deny.
An older woman, perhaps in her 60s, with long grey hair pulled into a messy loose bun and a plastic bag tied around her right shoe hobbled along the street and stopped to say hello to him. They chatted for a time, clearly good friends, and he have her some change and she continued along.
I don't know how ...