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Creative Finds In Bratislava

If anything, take this as an inspiration post, cockers. Bratislava is full of art, and everywhere you turn, you find unexpected creative quirks. So, here’s a peek into a few inspiring things that I captured on my iPhone.

First up a ‘Big Toe’ exhibition… which includes a ‘showing performance’. Didn’t get time to pop along to it, and I just have the gut feeling that I missed out. Not even joking, it’s the quirkiest sounding things that always turn out to be the most inspiring.

This fella sucking off a monument. Saw this on the side of a bus / tram stop’s shelter.

A whopping glass of ‘Kofola‘. It tastes like a mixture of cola and orange pop. It was a Czech and Slovakia creation during the Cold War. Bar man told me it was created as an alternative to Coca Cola and Pepsi. So, there you go. Goes down nicely on a hot day.

Snapped for that club’s sign!

Club Antinori: Ventúrska 276, 811 01 Staré Mesto, Slovakia.

This Mexican restaurant goes all out with its interior design. Look up after one too many, and it’d be easy to think that a pissed up stag do has made it up onto the roof.

Mexican Restaurant & El Diablo Bar:  Sedlárska 6, 811 01 Staré Mesto, Slovakia.

Love a random coffee window! This was part of the Bon Manufaktur shop. The shop inside is known for making sugar into art. You can watch them make their masterpieces and even book on to candy making workshops.

Bon Manufaktur: Sedlárska 368/5, 811 01 Bratislava, Slovakia.

Foodstock Bratislava: Klobučnícka 485/6, 811 01 Bratislava, Slovakia. Because good food makes you happy! Got a creative spot that I should check out? Pop it in my comments, love.

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Queen of the Manci Mouths! Freelance Writer with a background in the arts and travel. Tries to speak other languages. Addicted to Eurovision.