Corvin Point Hostel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... would only accept HUF. We were already stuck with useless RON (Romania), which no one wanted and weren't prepared to add HUF to the collection. We therefore had to settle for sitting outside and taking in the unusual fascade. Actually ...
... of the ever changing view (ever getting colder), reading and just to break up the travel booking into the Restaurant Cart for a 1pm lunch. We have travelled on trains in Vietnam (first class) with no dining cart ( worth eating from), no toilet (worth using) and definitely no wifi ( not known of), so this was a pleasant and comfortable surprise! We saw lots of snow along the way, and just knew we were in for a ...
Arriving at Keleti Station in Budapest, I felt I had come much further than the 3 hour train ride from Vienna. As I left the pension at 6 am, enroute to catch the train east, Viennese party goers were still about, drinking beer and eating pizza slices at street stalls, still in their Friday night clothes, and things felt very relaxed and laid back. I had got the impression in both Salzburg & ...
... fell into the river and were washed down stream. The sculptor created 60 pairs of shoes, scattered along the promenade, a touching testimony to those victims.
We chose to skip the last excursion of the trip and went to the thermal baths instead. We navigated the Metro with ease, and entered this immense complex to find funky old changing cabins and room after room of thermal pool-some hot, some cold, and many in between. Outdoors were three ...
... rider marks showing how high the water had reached.
(IF) The ground is so hard that in the cemetery they only go down 2 graves deep. So when a 3rd family member dies they exhume the oldest body and clean the bones and put them into the 'bone room'.
We then arrived in Melk - a very Baroque styled settlement with an Abbey.
Even though it is much bigger monastery than the first one we saw at Heiligenkreu. It only has 30 monks. ...