Penzion 77

Bernolakova 77, Pezinok, 90201, Slovakia | Pension
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Travel Blogs from Pezinok

Reaching Slowakia / Erreiche die Slovakei

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Jul 26, 2012

6 photos

... an der Donau entlang und durch die Rebberge wo für die heurigen in Wien der Wein wächst und überquere die Grenze nördlich von Wien.

Leider sprechen in der Slowakei wenige Englisch oder Deutsch. So auch in der Fleischerei wo ich nach Filet oder Entrecote fragte. Es schien mir, dass es meine slowakischen Sprachkenntnisse (Hände und Füsse) etwas überfordert. So gibt es heute Abend wieder gehacktes mit ...

November sunshine in Slovakia's capital

A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Nov 05, 2011

66 photos

... night and often lit quite theatrically. It wasn't difficult to take a longish walk to work up even more of an appetite and photo opportunities abounded to the extent that we began to wish that we'd brought a tripod with us for some of the trickier shots. A square contained a rather ramshackle building where all the windows had been replaced by pastiches of Van Gogh paintings and what appeared to be a grave marker obviously lost something in translation because it appeared ...

Ahoy? Bratislava

A travel blog entry by suzymartin on Oct 01, 2010

3 comments, 6 photos

... wien eating pizza walking around looking skyward. We have used public transport for the first time since crossing the channel - campsite in Wien was a long way out and didn't fancy cycling to and from it 4 times. It was confusing and reminded us that we were abroad, we haven't had to buy tickets and interpret underground maps having been fairly ...

Into Slovakia

A travel blog entry by travelingdiva on Sep 14, 2009

25 photos

... the way.

We walked back downhill and over to the Old Town. This is a really nice area of Bratislava. There are a lot of run-down buildings between the beautiful palaces and cobblestone streets, but these crumbling facades only added to the appearance. A large area is pedestrian only, full of restaurants and tourist shops. My mom was in paradise.

We stopped at a Mexican restaurant that was not great, and then carried on with ...

Spring Break Stop 4: Little Big City

A travel blog entry by bxbomberbabe on Apr 11, 2009

... which used to rise over a moat but now has a lovely garden with statues all around it. After proceeding to St. Martin's but discovering that mass was going on, we went off to find the National Theatre and the square leading up to it. Very cool, a fountain in front of it that ended up spraying us when we went near it. After drying off a bit in the nearby McDonald's, we went over to the National Museum and ...