Europa Hotels & Congress Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... the trip. Once in Imil, we took a local taxi back to Marrakech, with four other locals (this is in a regular sized sedan) and spent the night doing laundry, buying train tickets and visiting our favourite cafe. We got an early morning train to Fes, the Moroccan capital of soup and leather. And indeed it did not disappoint. As a city, Fes felt quite different to Marrakech from the beginning. Stall holders were not interested in bartering, instead giving you an immediate fair price, ...
... out from the warm lounge. One of us even managed his obligatory nap for 2 hours while the other one read her book. Can you guess who had a sleep?
We're getting ready for what should be a real highlight tonight - the concert at the Lichtenstein Palace - Mozart and Strauss. If it's anything like the recital in Buda Pesh yesterday it should be brilliant.
Hi all, We boarded our ship "Prestige" this afternoon. After a lovely lunch on the deck we took a semiprivate included tour with the young and handsome Bolesh. He shared some facts ( something we lack on our self guided walking sometimes roaming tours) and we enjoyed listening to him share info on the government and history. We ended at an Easter market and did a bit of shopping ...
... far more self control than I when it comes to cakes.
We have attended a ballet at the Opera House, an organ concert at St Stephens Basillica, and Handel's Oratorio, Saul at the Budapest Music Centre, which is not far from our place. We have booked a jazz concert there for Saturday and some more classical next week.
It's a public holiday here on Monday so we thought we might go out of town - down the river ...
... Square as it looked a more interesting route, and our feet were becoming blistered and sore, but there were so many interesting things to see on the way that even Squirt didn't complain much. We saw an enclosed dog exercising plot by the main road where locals could take their dogs for a run and a play together, a vehicle run by twenty passengers all pedalling at once, and weird intricate buildings. Now our plan is wi-fi time, card games in our room and ...