The Three Corners Hotel Bristol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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For a country about the size of Pakenham, National Liechtenstein Day is a pretty big deal. Drawing big numbers from its neighboring Switzerland and Austria, the capital Vaduz (picture Mansfield main strip, add a castle, that’s about it) swells with beer stalls and carnival rides. Whilst rainy (more of this later, its been bloody rainy the past week) we were able to get our fill of Vaduz’s best brews and bop along to Swiss pop ...
... we tried! So we started to walk to the other side of the Margaret Bridge to catch the #17 tram to Obuda. We found the stop but the tracks were torn up and under some construction work- we decided to walk a while and see if the tram was running a few stops up- a nice local man mentioned that the tram wasn't running at all but a bus was running instead that we could pick up along the waterfront. We headed there and within a few minutes we were in ...
... Basilica. It was a 45 minute concert in the wonderfully cool church that covered the big pieces that everyone knows, from Ave Maria to Bach's Toccatta and Fuge in D Minor. It was Jim's first concert in a live venue so it was great to see his reaction to it. It's always different to feel the vibrations of the organ in your chest, as opposed to hearing it on the radio. A great way to top off the day! More hot days to come according to the ...
... hours exploring Buda, and although it was scenic I don't think it quite lived up to expectations. We took the funicular up to the castle and started in the market in the top to find Nikki her souvenir before heading down to Fishermans Bastion to get great views across to the Pest side of the city. We had thought we may be able to go into the castle, which you could but it was just an art gallery inside, which unfortunately none of us had a huge interest in. As we started to walk ...
... ice we would probably be the worst people out there. The thought of landing on my tailbone on the ice kept us moving to the castle. It turns out that the Hungarian History Museum is in the castle. We did not go in because the price was a bit steep. In my opinion, if you want people to learn about your country and history... you should make the museum free. Just a thought.
There was a large park behind the castle. Of course we set out to explore as much of it as ...