Tulip House Hotel
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... out to ease the schedule a little, plus cut down on transport costs. San Marino was cut simply because there didn't seem to be enough there to warrant going out of my way for it. Croatia was dropped because I didn't have the time. Switzerland and Liechtenstein were scrubbed off the list. I've seen Switzerland before and Liechtenstein is barely bigger (if at all) than my hometown in the UK, plus they are both in geographically awkward places compared to everywhere else I'd ...
... if you don't have a problem with walking.
We also had one of my favorite European dishes ever. It's called Halusky and it is the national dish of Slovakia. It is basically potato gnocchi smothered in sheep's cheese and topped with crumbled bacon. I'm not kidding. It was like magical mac and cheese prepared by angels. Do not miss out on Halusky if you go to Bratislava!
School starts Monday!
... Chris dropped us off by river and we walked into the centre of town with Emma giving a walking tour. She told us about 6 men statues dotted around which we could try to find. She led us to the first one – it was a man's head looking out of manhole in ground – she ended up laying on the floor next to it for photos. We then found the 2nd once which was a man just standing in the street lifting his top hat. We then went to the centre square where ...
... Vienna. After being teased with the smell of pizza the night before, we set off for some slices in the Centrum. We weren't disappointed! After that it was a hunt for some delicious apple strudel! We rejected a few strudels when they didn't look up to snuff, and finally settled on a place under one of the museums. This strudel was worth the wait! Another long day ended back at Hotel Mozart around 10pm. We're all packed and ready to head to Cesky Krumlov, Czech ...
... stops were at the squares most significant during the Communist era and the Velvet revolution, with very interesting stories and historical landmarks. Overall a great way to learn more about Bratislava and its complex history!
After the tour we definitely had to warm up a bit, so we headed to the Belgian Beer bar so that Cam could get a Belgian beer (he did miss out when I went to Brussels with the girls!). After warming up, we then went to one of the local Tescos ...
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