The Union Jack Villa
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
Photos of The Union Jack Villa
TripAdvisor Reviews The Union Jack Villa Bradu
Travel Blogs from Bradu
Left Timisoara early and headed to a town called Sebes, its at the start of the DN67C road that runes across the Fargas mountains. The road has a reputation for being one of the best in Europe, as it's right next to the Transfargarasan that is something to live up to.
The road is 100 Kilometres long and took me 3.5 hours to ride. There is very little traffic ...
No. Not that you durty brutes.
It was 4am when my friend Gary (McStay) knocked on the front door this morning. I had been up twenty minutes or more at that stage, showering, shaving just checking that all the necessities were indeed packed. Again.
Gary had very kindly offered to run me to Dublin airport and I think that Mandy might have been secretly glad that he had. Away we went ...
Greatest i-phone Themes? Among the reason that why you want to jailbreak your i-phone is since you can install custom i-phone styles in to your device along with the you can show off to your pal. How great is that? Authentic i-phone interface is so dull, it comes with default icons and simple black backdrop. I don't know why David Jobs doing software like that around the iPhone. So do you want to learn how to get the ...
...it's getting to be. Ever since we crossed into Eastern Europe, I keep expecting Rod Serling to appear from one of the many cinder-block facades we pass. With the exception of Budapest, the landscape and social climate of this region appears to be frozen in time. We've passed bunkers, flight-control towers that resemble flying saucers, men somehow carting sofas and other curious bundles on bicycles, a sheep ...
... feel like. I had never experienced that.
All of these thoughts ran through my head in a matter of moments. I closed my eyes, took a deep breath and crossed over that bridge in seconds. I climbed up the little hill to the look-out where Bogdan was waiting and promptly burst into tears. I sobbed as though my heart was breaking. He was trying to take my picture and I kept wiping my eyes saying "just a second, just a second. I have to stop ...