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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... bar and restaurant we could find in this area was the Dunaparti Matroz Kocsma (<i>Sailor's pub</i>) close to the Art’otel. The bar and restaurant are separate. The bar boasts over 20 draught beers and over 200 bottled beers (we didn’t try them all!) the bar serves snacks and hot food is served in the restaurant. This is mostly traditional fare that is wholesome, reasonably priced and highly recommended. After our early dinner we headed across the ...
... s so many sausage dogs here that I'm beginning to become tired with being overwhelmed. They are so small and perfect and long I just want to steal one and wear it as a scarf. Heading off to Hungary in the morning and hoping to see some delights there too. Witnessed a woman on roller blades sweeping the streets, two nuns eating in McDonald's and a woman carrying a cooked pizza in a plastic carrier bag, Hungary you've got a lot to live up ...
... and stay in Vienna? I was torn, and went to bed in quite an annoyed mood, being unsure of what to do, a decision not helped the next morning by the hostel guy saying ominously, "anything could happen."
When I woke up on Monday morning, the snow was still on the streets, but it had stopped falling. I had a quick breakfast and made an Executive Decision – I would risk it. I might end up regretting it, as I was stranded in Slovakia and ...
... coffee shop with a cold drink. Just down the road was that building where I saw the temp last night. AT 10.45AM I walked over and saw that it was a stunning 42 degrees C.! No walking tour for me thanks; I went to a large museum instead, mainly to get out of the heat. After that there was nothing else to do than to go back to the hostel and have a sleep. However I managed to see some interesting things though.
So a short story and a few ...
... and Peter Szczecsinova have put into place a great
plan to ensure the final days of the Peking to Paris offer a sting in the tail. An intensive day – with long and twisty mountain roads between the closed-road
sections requiring concentration on both timing and navigation have been well
received, particularly by the Dutch competitors. The results have been affected. Third-place in the Vintageants Category, Mike Reeves and Michelle Jana Chan ...