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... Got them to bubble wrap nicely for hand carry. Weighs nearly 5kg together. Both the garnet and bohemian crystals are eligible for VAT refund. Our first brush with those procedures and we will need to claim at the last disembarkation port. Then set out for the hotel again as it was thundering and threatening to rain. Picked up umbrella and back to wandering for lunch. Chandini had baguette and chicken skweres, I wandered around until came back ...
... are still intact (however a few knuckle hairs may be missing). 2. Annie "got" to dance with a homeless man... 3. We have met a lot of international travelers. It's fun to share stories and experiences with them and learn more about their home/culture. 4. It's annoy that the "no smoking in public places" rule doesn't exist here. 5. Ari has enjoyed every single meal she's had, without even asking for things to be added/subtracted. That's kind of a big ...
... is right by our hotel in Lesser Town. It's called St. Nicolas. The dome is 60 metres high and WOW talk about a great example of Baroque style as opposed to the Gothic St. Stephens in Vienna.
It's been three weeks for Eric and two for Rod. With so many monuments, statues, squares and the like Eric is suffering from Acute Monumentalitis....the inflammation of ...
... before heading back to the hotel, reluctant to go to our room and go to bed as this symbolizes the end of what has been a fantastic trip. But alas, here I am, at the end of the final day's blog post (no worries, there will be a post travel one too, I know you don't want me to stop). Guess it's time for me to get some sleep,about 22 hours of traveling tomorrow before I end up back in KC, the place where my whole trip began from so long ago!
... room for most of the houses. A few of the bigger ones had 2 stories and a smaller side side room.There was a communal toilet and the last house to get running water and electricity was after world war 2! Unusually, the tenants weren't just people related to the castle. Artists and even a film producer lived there continuously for years. For the majority of the time however, it housed people needed for castle life - the blacksmith, sewing woman, candle maker ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility