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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... as the 'Blue church' for reasons that are very obvious as soon as you see it. It is an Hungarian Secessionist Catholic Church and is located in the eastern part of the old town.
This is a military memorial monument and cemetery which is the burial place of thousands of Soviet soldiers who died in the conflict of the end Second World War while liberating the ...
... of the city including dropping into the large shopping mall, the Eurovea Galleria, which had all the shops and restaurants of any capital shopping precinct. As we trudged wearily back towards the station we passed the huge, brutalist edifice of the Slovak National Culture Centre, a meeting place for the unification of traditional Slovak folk culture and harvest as well as cultural research and is an organisation of the Ministry for Culture. The centre was designed by the architect ...
... right next to the futurtistic-modern UFO bridge. (It is called this because the tower at the top of it looks like a flying saucer.) It is not the most interesting or exciting castle, but it was nice to walk around a bit.
I took a tram from near the castle back down to the city. One of the nice things about having a 24-hour pass was that I could just use the trams to take a tour of the city and not worry about tickets. I just kept getting ...
... thing is finding the right cheeses. None of the same are the same and cheddar is really difficult to find so a lot of my favorite recipes are useless.
I’m realizing very quickly why it’s so hard for me to go to sleep. Bedtime here is right when my family and friends are getting off work and available to talk. I want to talk to everyone so it’s really difficult for me to put my phone down and close my laptop. ...
... out of no where we began to play a game we not call the Kozel cup. Involving a long narrow table, a beer coaster and beers. Basically the two players sit at opposite ends of the table and have 10 turns each to slide the coaster to the opponents edge of the table. Where if the coaster is able to be flipped due to it overhanging, then the flipper has to drink half there beer, unless they can catch the coaster mid air after flipping it, where they reduce the ...