Tulip House Hotel
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Today we took the train to Bratislava from the Kelleti (Eastern) train station in Budapest. We purchased tickets a few days ago at the MAV office (Hungarian railways), so we didn't have to mess around with that this morning at the train station- we just looked for our train on the departures board and found our track. The train was already there so after we had our tickets checked we were directed to our car. We boarded and found a compartment that we liked- it had compartments of ...
... and nearly crying a little, a lady helped me out. She said I could just get off at the next station (in one hours time, gahhh) and an hour later there was a train to Bratislava. I would arrive there at 10.05pm, gahhhh!!! I hurriedly sent a message to my host there. Spent some more time stressing out a bit and trying to calm down. And then tried to forget about it. It felt a bit like déjà vu. This happened to me last time I was in Eastern Europe on an overnight bus. So ...
... on. However, it was interesting to see how the grounds wound their way down the hill the castle sits on.
After we explored most of the grounds, I went to explore inside the castle. Just like the grounds, the inside wasn’t overly impressive but it still had some glamour which instead came from its simplicity after it was rebuilt. There was no overstated opulence that so many European castles have. In conjunction with the quiet town it was somewhat refreshing. The ...
... push a head with our days plans.
With Toms new found photography skills and samsung camera we marched onto Bors for lunch.
A simple concept of subs and soup for around 1000 hufs or about 5 dollars every single person staying at our hostel raved about it .
The owner was once a chef within a Michelin Star restaurant and has a love and passion for simple yet delicious street food. Upon entering the packed little bar,the feel and atmosphere was ...
... is a festival day in Slovakia, so it is a happy surprise to find ethnic stalls and a stage with a large crowd watching traditional Slovak song and dance. I am mildly entertained but at the same time fearful of Slovakia winning the Eurovision song contest. I have seen the 'pre-vote' entertainment, I think.
Btatislava is a nice place and the old and new work together well with the Danube flowing through. A couple of communist ...