Mama'S Design & Boutique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up at night. I went down to try to bribe the girls at the front desk for another night in this room, but they'd have none of it. And they reassured Deanne that the dorm we'll be in tonight won't be that bad.
We saw 3 bands last night at a punk bar and we saw 2 bands on Thursday and 2 others on Wednesday. The bands for the last 2 days were in this massive complex of bars in what might have been a former high school. Upstairs was the ...
... with drinking establishments. There were loads of Germans around, and when they defeated Argentina to take the trophy, the German fans went crazy and streamed out into the street singing and dancing. Later that night and the next day CNN was showing constant coverage of the hundreds of thousands of German fans in Berlin cheering in the same streets I had recently walked down. It looked pretty exciting, and yet I felt happier being in my more peaceful surroundings.
Hungary is ...
... restaurant serving local cuisine that would meet that need (I had a chicken broth soup with bits of real chicken, noodles, vegetables and something crispy). We still had 30 minutes to spare, so we had a look around the few permanent souvenir shops until our meeting time with the rest of the group. Before we knew it, we were in Vienna. It was hard to tell exactly when because there wasn't any actual border crossing ...
... if they’d tried to say something to me, I would have replied back in Russian, but at this point, I had no reason to). The one little girl in front of me was complaining about something, and her parents were trying to keep her quiet. For those who don’t know, I have a history – shall we say – of being on public transport with Russian-speaking kids who vomit. I could just guess what was coming, what with all the “Sofya! Just ...
... Warhola, better known as Andy Warhol, hails from Bratislava.
Our bus stopped at the Bratislava Castle where we had a great view of the city. We could see the Old Bridge and the New Bridge and the Old Church and the New Church. Notice their creative way of naming landmarks!
We took a walking tour through the old part of the city and were surprised at the bad repair of the cobblestone walks. They were very uneven and it made ...