Tag Archive: historic hotels

Jan 21

Review of the Hilton Danube Waterfront in Vienna

  Vienna is a town that holds mystique for visitors from all over the world. It lives up to its charm certainly, but it also comes at a cost for logistical things like hotels, restaurants and transport.

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Aug 16

Madaba, Jordan’s destination for art, history and faith

This remarkable town in Northwestern Jordan is a unique city where history speaks through the art and architecture that spans centuries. Madaba is the fifth largest town in Jordan and situated equidistant from the capital of Amman and the Western border of the Dead Sea. The town serves as a major tourist destination for its own …

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Feb 26

The Hotel Alfonso XIII, is a living masterpiece in Seville, Spain

  Seville is an Andalusian treasure city, behind the walls of its ornate palaces, churches, neighborhoods and historic buildings one can find centuries old expressions of luxury. When visiting the we could not help but be immersed in the opulent layers of beauty and visit the city’s top hotel: The Luxury Collection Hotel Alfonso XIII.

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Feb 24

All that you need to know: going from Guatemala City to Antigua Guatemala

  Antigua Guatemala is one of the most beautiful colonial cities of Latin America. It is located 45 kilometers from Guatemala City. It was the first capital of Central America. Independence from Spain was declared there. It is a city with amazing natural beauty, incredible history and impressive colonial heritage.

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Jan 23

Hotel del Coronado: Is San Diego’s icon worthwhile?

One of the most iconic sights of San Diego is Hotel del Coronado with its red colored Victorian spires. Known locally as “hotel del” it is actually not set in the city proper, but on the idyllic and scenic island of Coronado, connected to the downtown. Whether one is staying or visiting, it is considered …

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