Airport Hotel Consul
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 10 PM had come and gone and we were not on the shuttle.
So we waved down a taxi and communicated with the taxi driver by saying "autobus" over and over again in different accents until one worked. He agreed on a cheap price right away, then pointed out random places for the entire ride, talking non-stop in Turkish. At some point, there was a huge bang and the driver pulled off of the highway to check the tires. ...
... As soon as my dad told me this, I hurried to the nearest Lufthansa Service Center, which was at another terminal. The journey on foot took long enough for my backpack to start bothering me, but I was thinking it's highly likely I'd get stuck spending the night in Frankfurt, so I was already glad I had all my stuff with me. To my enormous surprise, I got re-booked on Austrian Airlines through Vienna. My flight from Frankfurt was departing in an ...
... monarch (which I believe succeeded). It left the church covered on the inside with black smoke, most of which was still visible even now. Nearby was an old roman ruin, converted to a orthodox Christian Church. A grass market had sprung up on a nearby park too, and we wandered through to see what was on offer. Hundreds of old WWII Nazi items were for sale at bargain basement prices, from embossed glasses cases to hip flasks sporting the swastika. Even if they were fakes, which I ...
... Tarnovo (VT) where, on the day we arrived, we saw the Tour de Bulgaria bike riders. They were completing Stage 3 of the ride from Kazanlak to Elena which took them through VT. By chance we also saw them a couple of days later in the town of Gabrovo. I love it when you travel and you come across things like this just by chance! While in VT we walked around the ruins of the Tsarevets Fortress which featured the remains of more than 400 homes, 18 churches and ...
... weeks. We decided to rent a car in Zanzibar. On our second day,we were stopped over at the police check post on our way to Nungwi, where we were taking scuba diving lessons. The police officer after checking all our paper work which was in order, asked us for the 'car-tax-disc'. He went on & on about highways code, Zanzibar traffic laws etc. etc. After about half an hour, Prati asked him for his name and badge number as he wasn't wearing any. ...