Hotel Villa Diana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We left the Ibis Centrum early on a Sunday morning and drove to a western suburb of Budapest to see if we could find a Unitarian Church. The Unitarian Church is a liberal Protestant church which dates from the 1560s in Transylvania and Southern Poland. The Polish church was destroyed by the counter reformation, but the Hungarian church survived. …
... saying we don’t understand, but it’s true we don’t. It has something to do with the time we crossed the boarder from our quick trip to Bosnia - but we don't really understand why.
All we know is that we get to stay in Croatia until January 30th. But red lipstick, not-so-happy magistrate number two was very very very clear. We must be out of Croatia by midnight on that date. We also won't easily obtain a long term VISA as the EU laws are changing. Seems ...
... about the history of Athens and the Acropolis. After the museum we went and got some lunch from a little cafe. The area near the Acropolis was so pretty! Cobble stone streets with trees lining the roads. It was the complete opposite of the area where we were staying. After lunch we went to the Acropolis. We walked around it for hours taking it all in. The Parthenon was my favourite. As you walk around, there are amazing views over the whole of Athens. It was ...
13 September Finally our sailing day was here, and with a slightly delayed arrival of our boat Vila Vrgade we were of our way leaving Split around 1pm. We headed for the island of Hvar, motoring all the way. We had 3 hours wandering around the city taking in the sites, including the Tvrdava Fortica which was used to guard the city through many conflicts. Our captain is Dean and his first mate and cook is Berko, all very experienced and helpful. 14 September The weather has ...
... Européia. E encontrei também uns casais chiquérrimos, homems charmosos e mulheres cheias de glamours com seus sapatos de salto e belos vestidos de noite indo assistir as operas que acontecem no Castelo e nos teatros ao redor, sem duvida atrações extremamente caras, mas eu iria facilmente se fosse em outro momento da vida. Eu pude curtir um pouquinho duma opera que estava rolando à céu aberto com uma lua cheia lindíssima, do cantinho do castelo, sem precisar pagar pra entrar ;))