Pictures from Slovakia
Bratislava Old City :
I liked the statue of a the guy peering out of the well. Accidentally, a passer by was captured on the photo, not sure he’s aware of it )
Just a park with people walking leisurely, not sweating under European sun.
A square in Vienna:
I’m sure you can find professional images of Vienna in Google, but I couldn’t help taking this picture. Didn’t care to inquire who the man on a horse is. Must be someone..
Bratislava – Presidential Palace:
Don’t have much to say – never been inside )
Bratislava: a square right in front of the Presidential Palace
One of the places I liked most. During the daytime – sun rays, reflected by the water of the fountain, giving me a feeling of joy and comfort. During the night-time – a deserted, dark area (weird, isn’t it: I would expect such a place to be crowded anytime).
Bratislava – tram:
This is how the city looks from the inside – just an ordinary shot taken by a bored tourist. Tried to feel myself “at home” )
Alžbetka – is a unique, antique style café, which is located inside the building (the entrance is on the right, under blue letters). Alžbetka – is also the name of a character from Kundera’s “Laughable Loves”, which gave our café its literary flavour.