Opera Garden Hotel & Apartments
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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Friday afternoon, at 4 o'clock, I finished writing my last exam for the semester, went back to my room, did a little bit of last minute packing and left for the airport. I spent that night sleeping in Paris' Charles de Gaulle Airport. That was an experience all on its own. I am sure that the men dressed head to toe in military uniform carrying …
... day, as every day with Janet has turned out to be. She enjoyed my comment that we would discuss her speeding at the flat, "Was anybody chasing you Janet? No? Then slow the **** down! :)". Janet of course wanted to know why I did not say anything, but after I explained male ego's to her as well as the fact ...
... a punt that the 7.53 train would be less crowded than the 9.35 and even though the Eurail trip planner said a Reservation was necessary, once again we didn't book. There were plenty of seats in First Class, although not the height of luxury. This was the EC271 - yesterday's was the EC277 and had a dining car. The EC271 was supposed to have a dining car, but didn't. Water and cherries for breakfast.
The train arrived at ...
... Men dressed in green uniforms were marching and passing guns between them! The Matthias church is pretty from the outside - decorative spires and a colourful tiled roof. The small gardens to the side were full of cherry blossom. The Fisherman's Bastion was built as a lookout point in 1905. The seven turrets - built to represent the Magyar tribes who arrived in the 7th century, are said to offer some of the best views out across the city. Not one to miss out on some ...
... also happened on the changing of the guard outside the presidential palace before taking the little funicular down to the bottom. Mark: Back to the central square in town full of Xmas stalls selling a vast assortment of hot foods and mulled wine; knick knacks and furs. Alexandra has been very keen for a fur as all the young trendies are wearing them. So low and behold she spied a little stall with an array of furs - coats and hats. She cleverly ...