Mama'S Design & Boutique Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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... where over 3500 soldiers are buried from the conflict of WW2. 100 steps lead you to the base of the tall stone pillar with carved bronze doors depicting scenes of those who suffered during the occupation.
We left this location and was taken to the castle where there was time to learn about the history and to take photographs before we headed back on the coach to be taken to the restored historic city centre, from here our coach driver departed and we strolled ...
... Bratislava is served by inexpensive and frequent trams. They can traverse even some roads that are otherwise closed to motorized traffic. And as complete neophytes, we had no trouble using them like champs. I expect the city will continue to become more enticing. And as for the highway that cleaves the city in two? They have already thought of that. There is a plan on drawing board to run it underground. Next, glorious Prague! Blog to you ...
... on to a quaint wee village called Wolfsthal where there was a surprisingly very ornate church with a very plain exterior. Each town seems to have a monument and a church! We carried on to Hainburg...a bigger town with a castle towering over the township and the Vienna gate magnificent as an entrance to the town. Again the houses were simple but still pretty with pastel painted plaster buildings and colorful flower boxes on the windows. ...
... by Esztergom, which has a large basilica. I went there several years ago with my mom and there was a terrible wind storm blowing us around- we could barely stand and got so cold! Then we were over the border into Slovakia- you could see the difference in the condition of the houses and buildings, very run down. It seems that Slovakia was hit harder than Hungary by the economic problems after the fall of Communism and the economic downturn. The train ride took about 2 1/2 hours ...
... can be described as "Glory Holes" in the cubicles (if you don't know what these are try a Google search but make sure no kids are looking over your shoulder)...
Now it takes a lot for Tom to be put off by something but this site showed his limits, and we both instantly knew we weren't going to be staying our planned amount of days, we are only thankful that we had not pre-paid!
Whilst the site had Wifi, it could only really be ...