i bring to you a random mix of photos from our 3 day trip to Slovakia, a little fotoreport. the weather suprised us (pleasantly) – it was sunny till the last day and i was happy i didn’t have to take on the trenchcoats i had in my suitcase. let’s hope summer is back at least for a while now.
now sit back and enjoy the photos of (not only) great locations we had a chance to see.
teď si pohodlně sedněte a užijte si fotky (nejenom) nádherných míst, které jsme měli možnost vidět.
making some more DIY bracelets on the road
the beautiful castle of Bratislava
and the view from castle
i’d say Slovak women have a better taste and more bravery than our women when it comes to fashion. during the two days i also saw many colourful boots and i need some right now!
i love matching couples!
emergency change of shoes
the perfect Eurovea that instantly gives you holiday feeling
lunch at Primi lounge&restaurant
and the relax afterwards
the house we stayed in (Miloslavov)
starting the next day at also gorgeous River park including Kempinski hotel and River gallery
i did a little shopping in Eurovea gallery after i found out that Slovakia has got PUPA, my childhood cosmetics brand!
after a Warhol exhibition in the city we visited Čunovo and it’s fantastic Danubiana gallery, right on an island in the river Danube
totally tired after all the walking
in the evening, after all the galleries and a delicious dinner in Paparazzi restaurant, we visited some bars to see the city in night aswell. we went to Sky Bar, where (except the drinks) i loved the views and the fact, that it’s much more cosy than Cloud 9 here in Prague. afterwards we went to Barrock, a rock bar with even greater atmosphere.
we spent our last day shopping in Parndorf designer outlet which is less than hour away from BA. i didn’t buy much (skirt & sweater from MNG and a pink sweater from Ralph Lauren) but i know i have to come back for those colourful Burberry clutches and scarfs.
i hope you like the photos and thanks to everyone, that sent me tips on where to go in the city. i appreciate that a lot!