Frank really made thinking this week, but looking through my files and images … I didn’t have any jumping … music sheets … or reefs.
So I will check again into some of the many hotels I been staying.
“A hotel room all to myself is my idea of a good time.”
Costa Nova Hotel, Portugal – where I was staying for a night – while getting familiar with the little town with their famous cottages, a fantastic beach, and great seafood. The cottages have these traditional structures were used by fishermen to store their fishing materials and have also been used as beach houses throughout the years, today some are permanent homes. Built near the beach, they welcome the sea with their façades painted in bright-colored stripes. (May 2018)
“Sitting in a hotel room just makes you sit and think about things.”
Hostel 22 in Gdańsk – Poland, one of my favorite destinations and I have good friends living there.
As one of the largest and oldest cities in Poland, Gdansk has a lot to offer its visitors. With its location on the Baltic Sea, it was for a long time a central port city during the Hanseatic and Middle Ages
On September 1, 1939, at around 4.30 in the morning, it was in Gdańsk, that the Second World War started with shots fired from the Schleswig-Holstein battleship.
Hostel 22 is more like a small hotel … every room has its own big bathroom and they are serving a great breakfast. A true gem. (September 2015)
“Hotel rooms inhabit a separate moral universe.”
Hotel Prima is located in Prishtina and such a lovely little hotel. When I was invited to 2 weddings in Kosovo …
I decided to do 4 nights stopover in the capital before flying back home.
The first writing about Pristina is that of 1342 by the Byzantine Emperor Johan Kantakuzen, who describes Pristina as a village. All the history of Pristina was totally wiped out during the ugly Serban War. (August 2016)
“No matter how nice a hotel is, it’s not home.”
Hotel Villa Mtiebi in the city with the big heart… Tbilisi.
A beautiful small boutique art decor hotel located in the heart of Old Town, ancient district of 1600 year old capital of Georgia. (December 2018)
Beth, thank you so much!
Hostels really aren’t hostels any more, if you chose carefully, and I know you always do, Vivi 🙂 🙂 I forgot to say thank you for my lovely postcard from Szczecin. It was here waiting for me when I got back 🙂 I’ve thought of you and postcards a couple of times, and even bought the card but never got round to posting it! Life has been a bit on the hectic side. Smooth waters for a while… hopefully! Sending hugs xx
No the hostels are getting posher and posher … and more expensive too. The one in Gdansk is still reasonable and so good. You’re so welcome … regarding the postcard … it’s the thoughts that matters. Don’t worry about sending me postcard. You can send it from Portugal, doesn’t matter. I can image that you need a bit of holiday now !!! HugHUG!!!
Love this key collection, Vivi! 🙂
Amy, thank you so much … I wish you a pleasant weekend.
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