Day 3 of our trip and we arrived at Gare de Strasbourg (station) from Frankfurt via train. It was close to nightfall as we walked over to our hotel at Inter Hotel Le Bristol to check in. I was quite amaze to spot many other hotels along the stretch across Strasbourg Station where Inter Hotel Le Bristol was sandwiched somewhere in between. Continue reading “Hotel Review – Inter Hotel Le Bristol, Strasbourg, France”
The Mona Lisa is probably the world’s most popular paintings in the art history, painted by Leonardo da Vinci during The Italian Renaissance. The most common fascinating thing I have heard about the painting Mona Lisa, was her smile and bewitching gaze which follows you around the room. Be it a myth or not, I just had to witness it for myself. Continue reading “World’s Famous Mona Lisa Painting at Louvre Museum, Paris”
Getting to Art’otel Cologne by Park Plaza was rather convenient as it only took less than 10 minutes by bus 133 from Cologne Hauptbahnhof Main Train Station. Being located along the Rheinauhafen district, the Old Town and a museum was just few minutes walk away. Not forgetting the Lindt Chocolate Museum which was about 3 minutes walk across the Rhine River. Continue reading “Hotel Review – Art’otel Cologne by Park Plaza, Germany”
Ever since Circuit Breaker kicks into effect and forcefully ground most of us to our homes, the probability of us learning to tidy up from Marie Kondo increases. This was when I found my arm-knitted ‘handy’ yarn and other projects I crafted about 2 years back. Such crafts would probably be deemed as a rather time consuming hobby, perfect to dwindle your time away to pass this period of boredom. Continue reading “3 Crafts You Could Learn During Circuit Breaker”
After the dreadful 13 hours ride in a direct flight aircraft, the first thing most of us would like to do would be to check in into the hotel room. With the freezing weather and the sky was about to turn dark for nightfall, I was thankful 25 Hours Hotel Dusseldorf was about 5 mins walk from Wehrhahn Station.
The interior was pretty much German-French inspired with retro/vintage furnishings as well as the metal frames of Eiffel Tower. A large Christmas tree was set up and there were fresh flowers and trinkets on sale due to festive seasons. For those whom would love to chill, coffee and cakes are available at the lobby’s mini Café La Tour. Continue reading “Hotel Review – 25 Hours Hotel Das Tour, Dusseldorf, Germany”