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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... as we had plenty of time in between flights. We arrived in Berlin at about 6.30 and got to our hotel by around 7.20. The we had to get a taxi to where the group tour dinner was. We nearly decided to this a mess, but glad we didn't and the meal was sensational, especially after a few days of doing it on the cheap in Venice. The bed at our hotel, the Sofitel, is the best I've ever slept in! And our room is great: spacious and luxurious. Tucked up in bed by around 11 ...
... we ask the name and password, we are told that it isn't working today. So yesterday we happen to have a very nice tour guide on our hop on hop off bus, when I ask him the name of the wifi (that they advertise), he tells me that there isn't one, but they are trained to tell people it isn't working that day, technical problems. Today when our Lufthansa flight was cancelled, they told us it was technical problems. I am seeing a ...
The architecture here is amazingly diverse with photo ops around every corner. Our bus took us from one side of the Danube to the other, from Pest to Buda, and back again. After the 2.5 hour circle tour we hopped off and walked a bit to get to the huge indoor market aptly called the Great Market.
Along the route we stopped for "lunch" at a famous elegant coffeehouse opened in ...
We are on the last full day in Budapest and running out of things we want to do in the rain! So we toured St. Stephens Cathedral (which was stunning), the Jewish synagogue (dedicated to the Hungarian holocaust victims), a quick bite at the famous New York Cafe (overly decorated and gaudy), another open air bus tour in the rain and back to the hotel. At night we dined at a Hungarian cafe for our final night in ...
... assures me the train is on time. There are five more stops to Bucuresti-Nord. Next stop is Predeal. Our train descends and winds from the Carpathian Mountains, past Impressionist wild flower meadows. Tattooed Roma ladies make calls on smart phones. Everywhere smart phones. I follow our own journey on my own phone and Google Map. I remember ten years ago, probably a few more, certainly less than twenty, arriving on an overnight ...