Bratislava

August 17, 2019



Hello lovelies,

last weekend we took off for a small trip to Bratislava. We went by train which was only 16€ for both directions and we were in another country in one hour. Living in Europe sure has its good sides.

                  



Our hostel was in the heart of the old town and all the sights were accessible by foot which was perfect.

We had to wait a few hours before check in but we were able to leave our suitcases in the lobby.
It was quite early when we arrived and most of the shops and restaurants were still closed. We ate breakfast, consisting of cake and lemonade, at Maximilian Delikatesso and afterwards roamed around the city.



 


I think we run around in a few circles before deciding to look up some vintage stores on the internet and visit them. I even found a white bed gown and a peach coloured bed jacket in one of the stores both for 11€. So cheap! I remember buying a similar dress at Magic Oyster in Vienna and I paid 70€ for it.
Vintage Shop, Františkánske námestie 7, 811 01 Bratislava, Slovakia
 


We also wanted to go to various antique shops but for them we were either too late or they were closed on Saturday and Sunday.

For lunch we ate at a ramen shop called Kazu, they had delicious Japanese food.


Also, all of the fried food on the pictures is mine, the healthier items are from M. Why is fatty food so delicious?

In the afternoon I went to a thai massage, and I was in heaven for 30 minutes. But afterwards I got headache and we went back to the hotel were I slept from 6pm to 7am. Whoops.

The next day we checked out early and went up to the Bratislava castle. Once again we were too early and it hadn't even opened yet. We decided to come back another day and search for some food instead.








We sat down at urban bistro, a small cafe right next to our hotel, and ate delicious food. I usually not like eggs very much, but it was really good with my salmon pancakes.




Afterwards we went to the natural history museum, there was an exhibition about Slovak caps. More about that in a separate post because I took a picture of every cap.

Continuing our journey, we went back to the national gallery, just to find out, that all of the old paintings are in the archive because they are renovating the gallery. Damn, we would have loved to see them.


We went back to the inner city and ate lunch at the infinity rock cafe. M's goat cheese salad was superb but my hot burger sadly was not. The meat was tough and the bun was old. :( Even the fries tasted like they had been frozen. What a shame!



By then it was already 3pm and we got our luggage and went to the train station. I hope to return soon, probably in winter with a Christmas market?



All the best,

Auris Lothol

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