How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Diamant Hotel Dunakiliti
Travel Blogs from Dunakiliti
... 1993. It is officially called the Nový most, meaning "new bridge" but is commonly refered to as the SNP bridge Slovenského Národného Povstania (Translated to the bridge of the Slovak national uprising or the UFO Bridge for obvious asthetic reasons! When we reached the other side we went up in the lift to the top of the UFO capsule of the bridge to take in the sights (for a fee of 6,50euro) and deciced as a treat to stay up there for a drink to fully enjoy the view in the warm ...
... hours on the Danube, the turbojet moored in Vienna. After a short walk we found ourselves in the front of the colourful St. Stephen's cathedral where we enjoyed the avaiable network connections to find a hostel. Quite tired, we directly headed to the Uetteldorf hostel locatted outside the city center. Before going to bed, we listened carefully to an Italian man's advises for the next morning's sightseeing. ...
... of 7 Euro they were yum! For dinner we headed to the star new attraction on Brat’s gourmet dining scene - Mercado! With some freshly crafted cocktails in tow (think fresh cold pressed apples in my apple martini!) and a seemingly endless listing of mouth watering dishes on the menu we settled for 2 mains - salmon & harissa lamb. Both were delic! With these two mains being at the upper end of the price range they were a steal at 13 Euro each.
A birthday card and a vase with wildflowers at Junko's table setting greeted her when she came down for breakfast.
We said goodbye to Bratislava, it had been a great stop on our route.
We crossed the Danube with Hiro in the lead. We passed our Botel on opposite shore and took one last picture. ...
... part of Old Town towards St. Elizabeth's Church, known as the "Blue Church" because it's...well...blue. Very blue. Eiffel 65 only wish they were as blue as this place. It honestly looks like something out of a Disney movie, and stands out against the other buildings in the area. Whether this is a good thing or a bad thing, well I'm probably not qualified to say. For better or worse, it's certainly something tourists seem to like snapping pictures of.