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* If you need both information and a coffee buzz, then drop by the Internet Café, part of the pleasant Múzejka Café at the Slovak National Museum. The Múzejka Café offers customers a relaxing interlude in downtown Bratislava, a good-sized cup of coffee and adequate space to hold a meeting.

The Internet Café, a separate room at the back of Múzejka, has seven terminals available to the public. One minute cost 1.50 Sk for non-members, but if you buy a membership card, 60 SK will get you 1 hour and 100 SK will buy you 2 hours of web browsing. Try TatraHome http://www.tatrahome.sk for business, culture and e-mail services. Café Múzejka, Vajanského nábr., tel. 534 91 96.

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