Budapest City Central
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This was absolutely incredible! The room was ginormous, with couches, a tv, a fully equipped kitchen, 2 bathrooms (with a bathtub and a shower). It was also really clean, and the staff was super helpful. they recommended some great stuff. The breakfast was really good, only 3 euros. Great price, great product, great service, couldn't ask for more.
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So wow. Today was indescribable. I have been to Mammoth Caes and other cave systems before, but this was something else. THe caves were smaller than those I have seen before, but just as beautiful. It was a completely different experience from anything I have ever done.
So to start the day, we woke up and met the group at the central …
1024leigh stayed here on Mar 5, 2014 during their trip titled: Porque No??.
... We rushed back on with the porter and the bag had disappeared along with our passports,camera,iPad,iPhone,prescripti on sunglasses,charger and cables and sundry other items. Police report was made and over an hour later we left the station and made it to our hotel. It has not made our stay very pleasant. We replaced an iPad charger and managed to get Mary's iPad upgraded for no charge! We contacted Foreign affairs in Canberra to report our passports stolen and ...
For a country about the size of Pakenham, National Liechtenstein Day is a pretty big deal. Drawing big numbers from its neighboring Switzerland and Austria, the capital Vaduz (picture Mansfield main strip, add a castle, that’s about it) swells with beer stalls and carnival rides. Whilst rainy (more of this later, its been bloody rainy the past week) we were able to get our fill of Vaduz’s best brews and bop along to Swiss pop ...
... once luxury condos now a Four Seasons hotel. It was run down for a long time after being damaged in the war, as developers had to wait for an aging actress to pass on before they could start renovations (she refused to move out). Not only were the unique decorative tiles recreated, they had to rebuild the machines to make the tiles. It was worth the effort- the tile work in the lobby is stunning, complementing the peacock motif on ...