Penzion 77

Address: Bernolakova 77, Pezinok, 90201, Slovakia | Pension
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This pension is located on Bernolakova 77, Pezinok.
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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 ...


A travel blog entry by lavrukhin on Jan 09, 2012

3 comments, 18 photos

... 11 00;кому слова 94;кому) в своем двухк 86;мнатн& #1086;м номер 77; за 22 евро и пишу вот этот пост, ...

The Blue Danube

A travel blog entry by valaryr on Apr 20, 2011

2 comments, 27 photos

... Oh well!

After checking out the Danube from above, we decide to walk along the banks. Luckily, there was a nice park with tons of tulips, statues, and fountains along the whole length of Old Town. There were tons of benches, and they all had WiFi access! Unbelievable. Europe is so far ahead of the US when it comes to free WiFi. Also, we have finally stumbled upon springtime! It was bout 75 degrees and ...

Hotter, But Colder

A travel blog entry by john.babinec on May 30, 2010

25 photos

... big. And there's not a whole lot to do around here either.

With the skies cleared up I spent my first full day visiting the main attractions including the Hrad Castle which was closed for renovation, an exhibit of old religious artifacts, and yes the Clock Museum. After my nap at the clock museum (joke), I just walked around the city checking things out. One thing I did notice was the smell of fresh food being cooked everywhere! Every place ...

Eaten Alive!!

A travel blog entry by john_and_chloe on Jul 21, 2009

8 photos

... for the animals that formed part of a camp set up to recreate village life during medieval times. Before John could stop her, she had quickly fed out our entire packed lunch or sandiwiches, nectarines and bananas. She thought this was a true treat for the mal-nourished animals. John was less than impressed to have to go without lunch, but quickly perked up when we stopped at a local taverna for refreshments (which Chlo was equally excited to find was home to a litter ...