- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Leoben
... our backdrop we walked through the hills which enclose the city and what a beautiful walk it was. We sat and ate lunch by the river like a local, walked to a brewery at night, I sung 'The Sound of Music' soundtrack and Brendan failed the challenge not go shave for five weeks.. shaving with a raizer for the first ...
... potential but the meat was all pickled. We walked the streets eating our souveniers (choc rum balls, trdlniks, crepes, ice-cream & coffee) and then sat in the square to people watch.
Cesky Krumlov is a town like no other and later I will add in ...
... wasn't much else around, it was not a ritzy hotel restaurant it was Korean which was interesting. We also realized quickly that not much English is spoken.
Next morning we were on the 7am shuttle to get back to the airport for our flight to Tokyo. We were so surprised to be travelling on a wide body jet that was at full capacity to go a short flight, 2 hrs, to Japan.
Our hotel in Tokyo was 'bijoux' to be kind, 'cramped' to use a more realistic adjective. ...
... treat before heading back to the van for a little bit of planning. Günter had prepared another delicious meal - a local speciality for entree (potato and sausage goulash) followed by chicken curry. We chatted the evening away and welcomed their travel recommendations for Slovenia, Croatia and Italy. They are very well ...
... cheese and bread for lunch. It was lovely to meet and spend time with Vilma, Hans, Denise and Günter (oh and the dogs, Tess the Dalmatian and -we can remember Vilmas's dogs name!-). We left at 5.30pm and headed to Denise and Gunter's home in Graz. After a little confusion we found them, and were warmly welcomed into ...