Tulip House Hotel
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... right amount of time to catch the next bus.
At this point, I felt that I had seen most of the city. I had lunch, trammed around a bit more, and grabbed my bag from the hostel. I went to the bus station to grab the next bus to Budapest. Unfortunately, the wifi in the bus station sucked, the bus was late, and I spent way more time in the bus station that I would have liked. It was relatively late when I got to Budapest, so I was left ...
... circle of cheese (about four inches across and an inch thick), bread it and fry it. It’s crunchy, creamy, soft, sweet, salty, and…perfect. Who needs marinara sauce when you have this heavenly concoction?!
Friday…mmm. Friday Friday Friday. Oh! I finished the files! Completely! I have never been so excited to drag and drop because I could see the light at the end of the tunnel! For lunch, I went to ...
... m a little nervous about handling it well.
I know Paul doesn’t really see tourist attractions so I decide to see most of the things on my to-do list for the city before he gets in around 3 in the afternoon. That’s most of the day, and Bratislava isn’t exactly a large city with a ton to do. Well, it is a large city, but it doesn’t have a ton of places on the must-see list. I head over to the old town and make a detour for ...
... once we checked into our hostel we started to adventure through the city. It was noticeably cheaper than Vienna which was a nice change. We were directed to a local pub conveniently named Slovak Pub where we had some DELICIOUS locally made organic sheep's cheese which is one of their countries staples. The best $2.20 ever spent. We needed a chill night in Bratislava so we walked across town to the movie theatre and enjoyed a bag popcorn along with a chick flick romantic ...
... and it's windows smashed and broken, it tells a story all on it's own. I love this sort of thing - one of my dreams, if you can it that, is to tour the wreckage city of Detroit with it's huge derelict Michigan Central railway station and empty skyscrapers and hotels.
The Finnish couple (awesome people, by the way - how can you not love the Finns?) did tell me what it used to be but I forgot it as quick as they told me. If I had to guess, I'd say it looked like an ...