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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... toppings, and sat in the shade reading and watching the water. It was an easy walk back to the hostel where I cooked the market food (sadly one apricot didn't make it). Then I began to feel under the weather and went straight to bed while Dianne tried out her social skills and joined some girls to a nearby bar. However the drunk people and cigaret smoke changed her mind and she returned to bed in due order. We are such party ...
... square and we joined hundreds of tourists in the square, all fighting to get photographs without everything swarming with tourists. Adjoing the square is a large parland that contains both the
At the front of the monument is a large stone cenotaph surrounded by an ...
... I had didn't know what he was talking about!). While Laci was dealing with the bicycling chimney sweep, his mother came over to introduce herself. We were able to have a very brief but friendly conversation where she seemed to indicate that she was there to help with the garden and that the weather was very nice and she was tired of the cold. Or at least that is my version of the conversation. Every day there are new things happening in this garden. with ...
... city was clean, safe, and welcoming; we loved every minute of our stay. Michael arrived on Friday (excited), and we headed right back to the airport to get on our Ryanair flight to Budapest. It was about a three hour flight and we arrived around midnight (Budapest is an hour ahead of Ireland which is already five hours ahead of you!). Our hostel was perfect, we arrived to a shot of Palinka (no... that's not Hungarian vodka), and took in the homey decor and ...
... by taxi. I had that strange sensation (again) of hearing a secret, long ago language being spoken by others. I had managed to teach Ben and the kids some crucial words and they all tried hard to use them on the immigration officers.
We arrived at our hotel - just a short walk from the synagogue in the Jewish district, and as we got out of the cab, we saw dad coming out of our hotel. He had been delivering some cakes - not expecting us to arrive until later in the evening. ...