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Nice small old town with overpriced tourist items and restaurants. Walk around is the best option to see all of interest over there. Outside old town, public transportation is advised. A gateway to elsewhere in Slovakia. Some text about the visit at Traveler Willem.
... of events, since they are topics that I talk about often with a variety of people. When I’m going through news places I’m even surprising myself with how well I remember the specific details of the things that happened four or five days ago. I can write a fairly thorough blog entry even though it’s been a couple of days because everything I did was unique and new and I didn’t have any other memories of that thing that muddle it up. ...
... deck. Although having heard that the UFO sways in the wind and after the last episode with a viewing tower in Innsbruck, we thought we would give it a miss. But as for the view from Castle Hrad it is definitely something not to be missed. By this time we were a bit tired and weary so I suggested getting a drink at one of the tens of cafés that line the streets. I'd spotted Bon Bon on our walk before a cute little cafe specialising in chocolate. What could be ...
... on features and this is very true. However, this slogan also describes this place as a whole as sometimes it is little inspiring and other times it is big inspiring. Sometimes it's little on patience and friendliness ...
21st April, 2012
We again passed seamlessly into Slovakia from the Czech Republic. This was a bit of relief because the roads from Prague to the border were bloody awful. It was like driving permanently on rumble strips!
Slovakia isn't a big country and it appears even smaller when you travel through it at its extreme eastern end where it 'butts' ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Matysak Bratislava
Very nice rooms and good service. There's a wine+gourmet restaurant in there.
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