IUC Travel: Extreme comfort and a little old fashioned appeal make traveling by Eurail the most desirable way to see Europe. I have traveled to Europe countless times the past decade to promote my books and films. Nothing compared to the amenities Eurail offers. One of the highlights was during the ride from Budapest to Slovakia. I spent most of the trip in the dining car, enjoying an amazing dinner of goulash and red wine. It’s a great way to converse with other passengers and to hear stories about their travels. Eurail beats being on a plane staring at clouds with air pressure building in your ears. The views on the trip were breathtaking. And everyone seemed extremely satisfied with the train’s comfort and amenable staff.
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IUC Travel: As I made my way around Finland via Eurail, I realized how much I don’t miss congested and germ ridden airports. Traveling by Eurail is a breath of fresh air. What I found most endearing was the friendly staff who made the smooth, joyous journey exempt of the minefield of stress that has permeated most airports around the world. Bravo Eurail!!!!
While in Finland I stayed at an eclectic mix of hotels, including the five star Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel in Helsinki which was nothing short of exquisite. Considered Helsinki’s top business hotel, Radisson Blu is all about making an impression with its stylish rooms and attentive services. In the heart of Helsinki, Radisson Blu is a chic, luxury hotel with a lot of charm.
On my Eurail journey to Turku I was enamored by how Finland is a scenic green wonder. The views were breathtaking. In Turku, I decided to shake things up and stay at a more humble abode – The Holiday Inn. I had not stayed at a Holiday Inn since my grade nine school trip to Boston. I was pleasantly surprised. Their buffet breakfast was by far the best I had so far in Europe. And the sauna in the hotel’s basement was impeccable. The rooms were clean and spacious with flair to spare. It made me resize my thinking, as the price was very affordable with the city’s main attractions only steps away. Holiday Inn Turku was a first class choice to not denting my wallet! I would stay there again without hesitation.
scary tall thin girl…ghosts in a blanket recipe…wishing for the new baby born…moving like berney…who is the next bachelor????…can you drink dry ice???…waiting for godot…wishing you a happy durga puja!!!!
IUC Travel: Prague is one of the most dynamic and vibrant cities on the planet. And along the way it became super chic. On a recent trip there I discovered a plethora of galleries, restaurants and churches nestled in its narrow streets in Old Town. Since the 1989 Velvet Revolution, Prague has flourished into one of Europe’s most happening cities. It’s a city in which it’s hard to sleep, much like New York and London. What differs it from everywhere else is its enormous history intertwined with modern culture. The hotel I stayed at was spectacular. Perched in the center of bustling Prague, Hotel Kings Court provided luxury accommodations at a very affordable rate. The room was spacious, clean and the hotel staff go out of their way to make you feel at home.
The best way to reach Prague is by Eurail. I took a first class Eurail train from Bratislava to Prague in under four hours. Beats any airport experience or flight I’ve been on recently, and that says miles as I travel a lot. Eurail these days is the safest, friendliest and most efficient way to travel. And its by far the most scenic – I couldn’t get enough views of the breathtaking landscape while riding Eurail. I will report more about my Eurail experience in the upcoming days.
More Travel: While on tour with my duo electro house group we played several shows in Finland. I had the chance to get a tour of Turku’s hot, unique and atmospheric Night Club Vegas. One of the club’s owners, Mikaela gave me a personal tour of the vast and incredibly detailed nightclub. I highly recommend to visit Vegas if you travel to Turku, it will be a night that will move your feet and inspire your mind. Almost as good as being in Sin City. You will remember Vegas forever!!!
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colors and emotions…mixed signal oscilloscope…wondershare mobilego crack…jennifer and the ess dog…waving a dead chicken…mixing wrong coolant…no fidelity fund certificate…bride fakes cabs…puppet of the labyrinth…George is on deep fish…smell of an oily rag…who is the rat catcher in the strain? Did The triangle become a square??????
Lets all give a shout out to Kate. Hope you feel better. xooxxoxo
Days Like This
Update: New post in next few days – miss you all.
Apples clean teeth…glitz the ramp…living like the duggars…bogarts the used…pass me over zippy…so much unrequited love…like a small horse with big ears…feeling the aster…the good smelling plumber…mellow small dogs breed…can you dance like a hippogriff?…each time i swallow my throat hurts…novolin 70/30…how do you make a french braid…summertime in that 71 cutlass…give me something to swab the duck…easy to follow diet plan…millions of cats caldecott…sign over the gates of hell…trying to be the boss on a beaver brown budget…a night swim in yeddo bay!!!!
IUC Restaurant Review: Nothing short of five star food and five star service for Villagio on the Park in NYC. Straightforward Italian food, this vibrant new restaurant on Central Park South is the quintessential dining experience in the Big Apple. All the food is fresh, thoughtfully cooked and well presented. No trip to Central Park would be complete without a bowl of pasta at Villagio. The lobster seafood dish is the best I’ve had anywhere in the world. The food at Villagio is rivaled only by its stunning setting. Get your taste of Italy today on the Park. Great value, great wine list – a true dining experience. ***** out of 5