Last week, while I was in Prague, I stayed at the Astoria Hotel. Following some unplanned changes at the end of my stay (I had to extend it for one day and one night), I found myself in the urge to book a hotel for an additional night. I was very sad that I couldn’t extend it at the Astoria as I had the perfect stay there! On my last night, the hotel was fully booked – which is a great sign of success and quality! More than this, I eventually booked my additional night to the Kampa Hotel, and gosh it was so disappointing in every level compared to the wonderful Astoria.
Vienna is certainly famous for its coffee houses and the atmosphere that you get while sitting in one of them. At the time, there was a real “café culture” that we somehow lost. Politicians, authors, journalists were coming in cafes to discuss and debate about political and life issues.
Even today, this is not just about sipping your hot chocolate; there is an Austrian life/heritage that you feel while entering into these coffee houses. I made a list of some of my favorite coffee shops of the Austrian capital. All of them are obviously legendary and here’s why.
It is no secret that I love traveling to Eilat. I can’t count how many times I’ve been there already, and still, I feel like I will never have enough of this place. Each time I came though, I stayed at different hotels. Last ones were the Royal Garden Hotel and the Herods Vitalis.
This time, I chose to stay at Soleil Boutique Hotel, a real cute hotel that will charm everyone. As its name mentions, it is a boutique hotel very different from the big hotels I’ve been used to stay at when coming here. Although I didn’t really know what to expect. I have been charmed all the way and I will explain you why.