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Bustling city of Bratislava is the comeback kid of Europe | Rick Steves' Europe

There are 10 comments on the Seattle Times story from Nov 16, 2010, titled Bustling city of Bratislava is the comeback kid of Europe | Rick Steves' Europe. In it, Seattle Times reports that:

Bratislava, capital of Slovakia and just an hour by train from Vienna, is the comeback kid among European capitals.

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“Dimitri at the races in Russia”

Since: Jan 10

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#1 Nov 17, 2010
Well, finally someone who sees things clearly.
Bratislava is one of the big surprises around central Europe.
Bratislava is now lively and joyful. Bratislava has blossomed into the quintessential post-communist Central European city, showing what can happen when a government and its people work together to rebuild a city.
We even have plenty of Polak street musicians working the streets for living.
SLOmotionSLOvakE ngwish

Yorktown Heights, NY

#2 Nov 17, 2010
Doos they have toilets in Bwatislava?

I herd they don't.

But if they do, I wood like to have toilet cleaning job.

I am unemployed SLOvak yak, becuz in most of SLOvakia they don't have toilets.
Pesky Army

Margate City, NJ

#3 Nov 17, 2010
Youse kin work in our dung mines. It is weely exclusive job for we SLOwaks. A life time job.

Being a slowak dung miner is cweening out da crap from da outside toilets. It is outdoors, and weely a gweat job.

“Dimitri at the races in Russia”

Since: Jan 10

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#4 Nov 18, 2010
Plenty of Polaks already applied for toilet jobs in Bratislava.
Funny, but the other day I heard that Polak abracadabra in the public washrooms.
SLOmotion SLOvakEngwish

Yorktown Heights, NY

#5 Nov 18, 2010
Pesky SLOvak Idiot army wrote:
Plenty of Polaks already applied for toilet jobs in Bratislava.
Funny, but the other day I heard that Polak abracadabra in the public washrooms.
Of course yuze heres lots of tings in bathrooms. Dats your home. When yuze can find the few SLOvak bathrooms dat exist. I barewy found any.
slowvok monkey

Bialystok, Poland

#6 Nov 23, 2010
slowvoks sleep in bratishitava, work in austria as cleaners. truly the tiger of europe at its best! LOL
Herb Burped

Marmora, NJ

#7 Nov 24, 2010
Ah! And the Russians control their energy, i.e. gas and oil.

Who in their right mind would invest in such a backward and racist country. Every fourth SLOvak is a neo-nazi member of the slavic union.
vendaval

Victoria, Canada

#8 Nov 24, 2010
Gimme a break - what "Bratislava", for heaven's sake?
It is the old Hungarian POZSONY, stolen by slovak illiterate harelipped country bumpkins in 1919...

“Dimitri at the races in Russia”

Since: Jan 10

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#9 Nov 25, 2010
Currently, Bratislava became the jewel of Central Europe, but we retained Magayr toilet cleaners, even Polaks are applying in hordes.
AbeUG

Yorktown Heights, NY

#10 Nov 26, 2010
Pesky SLOvak army wrote:
Currently, Bratislava became the jewel of Central Europe, but we retained Magayr toilet cleaners, even Polaks are applying in hordes.
Mr. Pesky Slowvak,

I know you are slow but when are you going to put up a picture of Brad Pitt or Rob Lowe in your avatar of me?

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