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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... hear the loudest thunderstorm ever.
The rain was soooo heavy and the thunder was unbelievable. We found it hard to believe we were actually witnessing this sudden change in weather.
Naturally we had to wait under the eves along with everyone else but we noticed they had a hallway of many Polish souvenirs so we took advantage to check them all out. The girls of course want to go back there to purchase this time not just look but we ran out of time.
The rain had died down ...
... of place you like to go twice. I can still picture several areas and rooms that stood out to me despite it being 6 years ago that I went. I took the opportunity to go to the shops but it was a bit sad shopping when you can't buy anything. The other days blur together but we went to several cool small bars where you can buy drinks for $1.50, hung out heaps in the Kazimir district which is the trendy young area. We were taken on a walking tour of sorts by our ...
... will be in Rome for Blessed Pope John Paul II’s Canonization so felt very privileged and lucky to be able to visit his birthplace. The day was gloomy, very cold and overcast. Upon arrival I was taken aback. The air seemed full of smoke. The problem was coal- the people were burning coal to keep warm. The smoke was emerging from their chimneys and lying low. I covered my mouth with my scarf. Then I entered the church were the Pope was Baptized, was an Altar ...
... into two girls who we'd met in Warsaw, also from Australia. They wanted to know where Number 4 of our group was (Natan). Our tour ended at Wawel Castle, which was an amazing looking building, and saw the dragon statue which actually breathes fire every 5 minutes or so. Then we walked back to the square with Amy and Sam, the Aussie girls, then home to check on Number 4. He was finally out of bed, so we went down for lunch at Moo Moo Burgers. We decided to walk to ...
... to explore Budapest the next day!
And what a long day it was! On a tour of this length you always end up hitting a wall where you don't want to sight see or even particularly want to hang out with your new friends so much, and unfortunately Budapest was my day! We decided to go on a hop-on hop-off tour bus as Budapest is quite a spread out city, and we thought it might save us some time. Personally, I probably wouldn't do a hop-on hop-off again, as you spend a lot ...