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... better than the ones in Rome (in my opinion).
There was a couple stands on the street today selling cheap pastries. Dan and I got two different pastries to share. The ones in the pictures are of a cheese filled roll and a mixed berry pastry. It was the perfect afternoon snack (light, affordable, and yummy).
We were pretty hungry by the time we made our way back to the hostel. ...
... to go back. At the end of the day we tallied up what Chelsea had eaten and discovered she'd had only the following: a crepe that tasted like an enchilada, an ice cream cone, coke, and sour cream donuts. Well, sounds like all the food groups were well represented, wouldn't you say? Ah, to be 17. We are AGAIN planning a very early start for tomorrow to tour the Parliament building. We'll see if Brittany responds to my morning nudges as she did today: "go back to sleep, we're on ...
... language again. Since arriving in Canada it had been easy to communicate, first in English then in Dutch but now we are in German territory. The German language is not too hard to follow for the kids, Polish, Slovakian and Hungarian are a bit more complicated for all of us. We do manage to have a good time though.
A big part of the recent history in East Europe is about World War I and II, and of course the Cold War. We have been able to teach the ...
... I don't think anyone really minded. The absolute best part was the wait staff actually really loved us. They did anything for us and kept leaving secret things on our table like glow sticks, jugs of wine and a bag of confetti... this ended up everywhere when Jamie opened it and sprinkled a small pile into everyone's hands.... We were finding that confetti for days afterwards everywhere. It was a fun night, and a great way to bring in 2014 despite the DJ not having any ...
... with a notable highlight being running from the 96C sauna and jumping into the 16C pool! After this experience the fellowship reunited and headed to find some food as well suddenly and painfully realised we'd accidentally skipped both breakfast and lunch and it was now 7pm! We tracked down a cheap burger near our hotel. We then headed back to our new favourite pub for a while before hitting the hay in our apartment once again, content and very ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility