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“From Bratislava with Love” invites foreigners

THE BYE-BYE Summer party takes place on the last Friday in August, with the theme of this InterNations event being “James Bond”. Thus, visitors are encouraged to arrive dressed in Hollywood style, like a secret agent, a Bond girl or a villain.

James Bond drink will be served, illutsrative stock photo (Source: Courtesy of InterNations)

The InterNations community organises events for foreigners and expats, trying to connect old friends and newcomers to Bratislava; this occasion lures with live piano music and mingling while enjoying an amazing view of the Danube, directly from the lounge bar of Grand Hotel River Park.

The attractions on offer include a bar with an outdoor terrace, live piano music, a special James Bond drink, a 007 photo corner, a new secret agent ice-breaker game, a raffle with great prizes and a welcoming drink. During this 007 night visitors will be able to order a special themed drink – Pressburg Martini: not too dry, a Gin-based martini cocktail spiced with homemade syrup and a splash of lime juice, garnished with a raspberry. 

Music will be played on piano by musician and songwriter, Michael Hopes who will finish off his performance with the popular Skyfall song; photos will be taken by Jakub Kovalik.

Admission is €8 for registered guests and €10 for other guests.

Visitors are invited to bring international friends and co-workers, but advised to invite them to register on InterNations first. The guest list will be closed at 3 pm on the day of the event. More information can be found at www.internations.org/event/promotion/details/1003928?ref=nw_cl; or at www.facebook.com/events/884430304936061

 

 

Topic: Foreigners in Slovakia


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