GRANADA, SPAIN. We stayed in Hotel Carmen for a night when we went to Granada to watch the Flamenco in Cueva del Rocio that same night and to visit the Alhambra Palace the day after. Compared to other alternatives, it is an upscale option for accommodation with a pool and a restaurant. Starting today, I will only focus on four factors that greatly matters to me in a hotel: location, wifi connection, food and their beds.Read More
VIENNA, AUSTRIA. Perched along the River Danube is this amazing hotel called Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront which we stayed in at when we were in Vienna. The first sight of its amazingness took hold when we entered the compound and crossed over the main road through a bridge to reach the other side of the road. Immediately impressed! The moment the bus parked outside, I immediately found myself scurrying towards the exit. It had been a long drive from Budapest so I was kind of ecstatic to stretch again my legs and breathe some fresh air. It was indeed some fresh but cold air that I breathed and I remembered that it felt invigoratingRead More
PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC. Located in the residential district of Prague-Dejvice, this Czech national landmark is one of your best bet if you are looking for a place to check in at Prague. Not only is it accessible from the Vaclav Havel airport but it is also quite near from the main attractions like the Prague Castle, Old Town, Charles Bridge and Wenceslas square. If you are more of the kind of person that likes to discover and experience the transportation system of a specific place, you will definitely like Hotel International Prague as the tram network is just a few meters away from it. It makes every place so near and very accessible.Read More
MUNICH, GERMANY. Marking the start of our Imperial Europe tour, we checked in in the chic Sheraton Munich Arabellapark. Taking the S-bahn once again to reach this part of Munich, we arrived in Arabellapark in no time. The hotel is just a few minutes walk away from the S-bahn station which made the transfer quite easy.Read More
MUNICH, GERMANY. With a huge consideration that our hotel should just be near the main station (Hauptbahnhof) of Munich, we booked two rooms in Winters Hotel located along Arnulfstrasse.
Why near the Hauptbahnhof, you ask? Because we thought that since we would be arriving during the Christmas holidays when most of the restaurants and establishments are closed, then it would be best if we just stay near the main station so that we could just go out of the area and catch a train ride to a nearby town whenever we please.Read More