really isn't much of a tourist attraction for American tourists. I
stopped off on the way to Budapest, to its capital, Bratislava.
Immediately, I could tell why the capital wasn't a major tourist
destination. The streets need to be refurbished, and the buildings
too ... oh yeah, not to mention the swastikas I saw on this
building. It's really a shame too, because you can see that beneath
all of the damage, there is a beautiful city that still kind of
exists here. If you point the camera in the right direction, it
looks like a great place, but if you point it in another direction,
you may want to stay on the train. It has all of the makings of a
great place though ... a castle, fun statues, and a beautiful
Like on one hand you
have this street, and this building which could be beautiful, and on
the other hand, you have this pretty neat square.
Click here for the story of what
happened to the Jewish Ghetto in Bratislava.
2. Czechoslovakia? What ever
happened to that country? CLICK