Holiday Inn Budapest-Budaors
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... retreating German army blew up the Chain bridge, the Peacock gates at the Lobby entrance were wrenched off their hinges, the central staircase damaged and the facade was scarred by the explosion. THE DANUBE RIVER: The second longest river in Europe after the Volga. It rises in the Black Forest mountains of western Germany and flows for some 1,770 miles (2,850 km) to its mouth on the Black Sea. Along its course it passes through 10 countries: ...
Landed in London about 5 or 6 am. Time to kill in the airport, craving chocolate milk. Accidentally shoplifted. lol. Short British airways flight into Budapest!! Water only 39cents!!! Got a kitkat cornet to but didn't have time to eat it before the shuttle bus driver arrived Shuttle bus driver got mixed up and dropped me at the wrong place. And when I pointed out the mistake he ran away. Lol! Thankfully close by. Hard to find though. Checked in and walked around a bit. ...
... our last walking tour with our guide Narda. Maribor has a population of 115,000, dates back to 1100,s & gained independence in 1991. The tour went for just under an hour & while not a stunning city it depicted the simple ness of the city. People riding bikes around the many squares & picking up their goods in the many fruit & vegies markets around. We found a lovely ice cream ...
... slot to turn on the power for the room. Put your key in, and you have power. This prevents you from leaving your lights or television on when you leave the room. This seems to me to be a good idea.
One of the tented camps we stayed in in Tanzania was fully operated by solar power. What a great idea in a country where the sun shines a lot! Even the flashlights they gave us to use were powered by the sun. The toilets were powered by the sun, too. I know we ...
... down the street and to the river’s edge where we boarded buses to take up back over to the Buda side to board the riverboat. This cruise was both a traditional Hungarian buffet dinner as well as a great way to see the scenic buildings and monuments as we floated up and down the Danube. Inside the dining level was a series of tables for ten set up around large viewing windows, a long series of smorgasbord tables and ...