Szidonia Manor House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stumbled across a cocktail bar... It would have been rude not to sample the local produce. As it turns out, we were sprung as when we arrived, mum, dad and Milazim had arrived to go have a coffee directly opposite the cocktail bar... After six cocktails were had we went home to a feast that Arber's mum had prepared. Dad shared with the family his story of when he came out to ...
... driving, we had to stop off and get some lunch - veiner schnitzel. OMG. Was amazing! Stopped off at a duper market to get the essentials, beer, Malibu, snacks and laundry detergent, Arrived at Arber's house, had a drink, ate some snacks, put mum and dad to bed, then Arber, Besim and I hit the town and visited a cute little cocktail bar. AMAZING!!! I had a mojito and piña colada. We also had cherry flavoured ...
A very sad day. Saying goodbye to everyone was a lot harder than I thought it would be. Not sure why I thought it would be in any way easy. I knew what it was like the first time I had to say goodbye two years ago. This family is so emotional, close-knit and support each other. It really hit home to me what "family" and close communities should be about. Dad and Baci Adam had a ...
... website said. But despite all the problems, it is a good deal. 20 Euros each to downtown Prague. The bus seats have minimal leg room, but there is free WiFi, free drinks and movies. We met a really nice man from the Czech Republic who is just returning from visiting his girlfriend in Boston. When we got to the hotel, we connected with Val and Dan and then went out to dinner on the main square in the old ...
Rust is in wine region in Austria so of course, we had to stop at a wine merchant's for a glass of wine. Rust reminds us of Jordan, just bigger. The old town has three churches, one museum which were all built in or around the 16th century. Our lead picture today is of an archway in the old town, over what was originally a wine cellar. The inscription translates roughly as " ...