Ci rassegnamo al momento unico e felice.
Preferiamo perderlo, lasciarlo trascorrere senza afferrarlo.
Preferiamo perdere tutto,
piuttosto che ammettere che si tratta
della nostra unica possibilità
e che quella possibilità
dura solo un minuto e non una lunga,
Taking advantage of those additional hours of #sunlight
Uplne zboznujem nase Flexi kurzy ked chces ziskat flexibilitu, ci uz su to splity, oversplity, mostik alebo sa len vediet dotknut spiciek v predklone alebo sa ponatahovat po celodenej sedavej praci. Si tu spravne! Nase flexi kurzy su idealne aj pre uplnych zaciatocnikov aj pre flexibilnych ktori chcu svoju flexibilitu posunut na iny level. Kurzy nam zacinaju uz buduci tyzden a stoja par supov iba 40€ za 8 hodin, terminov mame viac cize si mozes vybrat aky vyhovuje len a len tebe pondelky, utorky, stvrtky a aj piatky, ranne aj vecerneviac info na nasom @thenolimitsgym alebo kludne rovno volajte na 0948 329 129 nasej asistentke Miske ja stiham zvacsa utorky o 18:00 s nasou @budacovaevamaria takze dufam ze sa coskoro vidiiime a budeme sa spolu natahovat o sto sesto 🤩
Bratislava has 5 bridges:
The Old Bridge (Starý most),
The first bridge over the Danube river in Bratislava has had many names, such as Bridge of Emperor Franz Josef, Štefánik’s Bridge or Bridge of the Red Army. Emperor Franz Josef opened it for the first time on 30th December 1890.
They built it using exclusively domestic materials from Austria-Hungary. The bridge had served for 45 years before being blown up by the retreating German army in 1945. The commies reconstructed it in 1946.
The bridge of the Slovak National Uprising (The new bridge, Most SNP), 1972
This bridge has survived hell of a lot name changes. The current name was originally valid until 1989, then renamed to New Bridge (Novy most) despite being the second oldest in Bratislava.
The Harbour Bridge (Prístavný most), 1985
The Harbour Bridge stands in the most eastern part of Danube’s riverfront, close to Bratislava’s cargo river harbour – hence its name. It has two floors with double function of the road and railway bridge. It is usually quite busy and serves as the only railway bridge in Bratislava. The Lafranconi Bridge, 1991
The Lafranconi Bridge is the first bridge made out of concrete. It stands in the most western part of Danube’s riverfront. They started building it in 1985 and finished in 1991.
Apollo Bridge, 2005
The Apollo Bridge carries its name after the “Apollo” oil refinery (predecessor of Slovnaft) which used to lie on the left river bank in this area before World War II and became a target of aerial bombing of American airplanes in 1944.
Would you like to experience a weekend full of hikes, wild forests, beautiful mountains, incredible views, miraculous caves, and endless amazing landscapes?
Then join us for a weekend in #SlovakParadise, July 6th! The last trip was sold out, so for everyone who couldn't make it last time, and for you who want to experience something new and wonderful, now you can sign up. We are also going for a hike in the Low Tatras and visit Dobsinska ice cave, all at the same weekend.