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Bratislava, Slovakia

18 Jul 2009 - 18 Jul 2009
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The Slovakia was the only one day trip for us, because we drove from Austria via Slovakia to Hungary.

[18-JUL-2009] We reached Bratislava which is the capital city of Slovakia about 11 AM, the Bratislava located beside the Danube river and it's wonderful. The Bratislava were the city that there are many king were crowned and there is the gold crown weight 300 kg. on the top of the church name Dóm svätého Martina at the so along the street in town we can saw there are the signal of the crown were stamped on the ground where the crown were paraded. We got some lunch there and then we went up to the Bratislava Castle. The castle located very nicely location beside the Danube river, it's big quiet and peaceful. We were there in Bratislava not for a long period then we went back to where we parked the car, but bad luck, we cannot remember exactly remember where we were parked, then we took an hour to find it (The lane was so puzzling).

 
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In the City

 
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The crown signal stamp along the way of crown paraded.

 
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A real man!

 
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Some part to went top Bratislava Castle.

 
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View point on the castle.

 
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Peaceful castle.

 
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Castle Location, Wonderful!

 
 
 
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