Royal Budroni Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the student said she was majoring in materials science with emphasis in metals, we had to go over and chat. Alanna had finished a masters at UC-Berkeley and was interning in Europe before starting her PhD program in Florida. She seemed sharp and I wished her and her family good luck.
We changed trains in Rosenheim, and thought of our inebriated friend from the Salzburg trip. We didn't see him. Our second class seats put Chris ...
If the concierge at your hotel gives you a room key with a large object attached, say an antler or chunk of wood, that's your clue that the key should never leave the hotel. After you lock your room, hand your key to the person at the front desk. When you return, just request your key. ...
unfortunately I carried the flu lergy with me from perth and as much as i tried to ignore it, it finally turned on me. I went to a nice Italian doctor dressed in a white coat Friday morning who prescribed me antibioticos!! Once given the drugs to keep on going we found the local playground. Playgrounds in Italy are great. Lots of wood, climbing structures and flying foxes! Big hit with the girls. In the afternoon Steve thought it would be a ...
... Just to add to Finlay's perspective of day two. I did have a test drive and yes I was worried about running over cyclists. changing gears was also challening. The roads are so narrow and so winding it was like playing frogger but dodging MAMILs. After my relaxing drive the girls and I thought it might be safer to catch the bus to our next stop. So we jumped on the bus and headed to the adventure park. An amazing ropes Course high up in the pine trees. The girls and I ...
... Heiligenblut, Lienz Good ride, sleet and rain at the top of Grossglockener. We did it - no probelms on the GrossGlockner pass and just stunning views. Only sleeting a lttle bit at the top (trying to stay positive!) Found the hotel that my parents stayed in Dobbiaco. Swim,sauna and football for the men before a truely delicious 6 course meal all included in the price. My God, I'm going to become a little fat piglet with all this Italian ...