Monthly Archives: March 2014

My Opinion Of Gellert Baths

Whilst in Budapest earlier this month I had the opportunity to visit my first ever thermal bath. Budapest is often referred to as the city of baths, a solid indication to the sheer number of baths that are on offer, … Continue reading

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Shoes On The River Danube. A Budapest Memorial

Whilst exploring a new and unfamiliar country there is nothing as remarkable as the discovery of a sight or place that you were completely unaware of. This experience is even more astonishing when the discovery is so touching and harrowing … Continue reading

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Hotels for art lovers in Toronto, the Maldives and London

Originally posted on Metro:
Divers assemble the underwater exhibition of works by Andreas Franke beside Niyama resort in the Maldives (Picture: Photoshelter) From Banksy in London to underwater art in the Maldives, we track down the latest hotels that double…

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Budapest, A Must For Citybreaks

Having recently visited Budapest, I am still in owe over the beauty seen in this Eastern European country. The choice of Hungary as a destination for my long weekend break was unplanned and spontaneous. Knowing little about this landlocked country … Continue reading

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