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Very nice rooms and good service. There's a wine+gourmet restaurant in there.
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... expensive, and it didn't appear to have anything for me. Instead, I grabbed a "vege" burger and cherry strudel from a street stand. The "veggie burger" patty was basically a big mozzarella stick that she deep fried. The burger was a little interesting though, as the toppings included sauerkraut and chili sauce, amongst other things. I couldn't actually taste the cheese under everything else, but it didn't really matter- I was fed and ready for ...
... to the lake or the aqua park so it was essential for me to own a bathing suit. I also got the most adorable dress and scarf to match – both on sale! Yay! (Oh, and a cool shirt that was so inexpensive it would have been a travesty to not buy it.) Once I got back to the house, (Abbie’s parents drove me home so I wouldn’t have to take the bus at night…so sweet!) I watched Julie and Julia with three girls from ...
... 8217; which was the Hungarian name, or some other name starting with P that was the German name. After WWI a whole bunch of countries were declaring their existence and the whole political-geographical lines of Europe were in flux, so Slovakia decided to join in the mix and joined up with the Czechs to form Czechoslovakia and the city was renamed the Slovak name Bratislava.
One thing I noticed about Bratislava is that the shops don’t ...
From Vienna I got a cheap bus to Bratislava. My first impressions of the city weren't great, but that may have been largely due to the overcast skies and ranks of multi-storey concrete housing blocks that loom as you approach the city . The city centre itself (i.e. old town) is very nice. And it's also quite small, which makes it more manageable, from a touristy point of view. The architecture of the city is quite eccentric. A stark white, Disneyfied castle ...
... We spent a good few hours there dancing to terrible music and being blinding by strobe and laser lights, another couple of 1.50euro shots and we decided to head out.
The next mission was not getting ripped off by taxi drivers. It cost us 5euros to get there, so we had a ball park figure.
First: 10euros - Nup
Second: 15euros - Pffft no
Third: 20euros - DEFINITELY not
We ended up getting some food, and talking to a couple of Slovakian ...