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Very nice rooms and good service. There's a wine+gourmet restaurant in there.
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... and classical pieces by artists from Slovakia and across Europe. There are works by famous names as well as contemporary works by up and coming Slovak artists.
Slovak National Museum
The Slovak National Museum is the largest cultural organisation in the country ...
... again while they bring change. At high class restaurants sure, I can understand that, but it just makes the process of ordering and paying for a coffee or a beer somewhat needlessly tedious - especially when there's a language barrier involved.
I'm also not used to just walking in, finding a seat and waiting for someone to come serve you. I'm used to either going to the counter or asking someone if a table is available. More than once I've ...
... that I look pretty rocking in…if I may say so myself. We ended our day watching the sunset at the fortress/castle that had an incredible view of the city and the Danube. It was just…breathtaking.
Tuesday we spent at the office putting stamps on letters to be sent out to listeners and then had lunch on the Danube. It was a perfect ending to an amazing week. We fly back to ...
... managed to survive wars and invasions over many years but it eventually fell victim to a fire that was supposedly light by drunk Italian soldiers who forgot they were cooking. After the fire, the castle sat in ruins for some time before eventually being rebuilt.
Inside the castle was first a museum documenting rebuilding the castle, the ruins and the old church followed by a gallery of paintings of royals and other important figures connected with the ...
Jumping off the tram into central Bratislava, neither of us really knew what to expect from the city, having decided our knowledge of the country was patchy at best – not to mention our total lack of the language! Finding the tourist office, we grabbed a city map with the major locations plotted and set off on another 'self guided' tour (we honestly should be charging others for these by now!)
We had a couple of key sites we wanted to visit, the first being the blue ...