Tulip House Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... with flavours of the Eastern Bloc; this is in jarring contrast to the beautiful buildings above ground. But like most great cities, the combination of the old with the new, the classic and the contemporary tends to compliment each other and the underground system did not seem like an out-of-place intrusion to this wonderful city. We caught the U2 line South from Schottentor, changing for the U1 line at Karlsplatz, disembarking at Südtirolerplein-Hauptbanhof for the ...
... on to a quaint wee village called Wolfsthal where there was a surprisingly very ornate church with a very plain exterior. Each town seems to have a monument and a church! We carried on to Hainburg...a bigger town with a castle towering over the township and the Vienna gate magnificent as an entrance to the town. Again the houses were simple but still pretty with pastel painted plaster buildings and colorful flower boxes on the windows. ...
... walking tour of the old town. We started off at St. Michael's Gate, the last surviving part of the old city wall. Close by was a marker in the pavers from which all points in Slovakia are measured. It's only since the fall of communism that this area of town has been maintained/restored. After the war, cobblestones were sold to cute little German towns trying to rebuild. Now the main pedestrian zone that starts at St. Michael's Gate is very charming with cute little courtyard ...
Set at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains, the capital of Slovakia is two distinct towns. The old town of cobblestone streets, candy-colored 18th century Rococo buildings and pedestrian plazas stands in stark contrast to the concrete new city across the river, connected by the UFO bridge. ...
I've been using so much advise from the website www.seat61.com. Mark Smith went from managing London railway to running the website. He says that plane is a 'glorified teleport' that 'detracts from the experience of travel. I think we've almost created a mode of travel that narrows the mind. On a train you can see every blade of grass passing the window; you get a feeling it the ...