Kismet Dao's Winter Mondays: Cozy Up with Hot Wine

When cold weather swirls in, nothing could be cozier than a toasty mug of mulled wine. Extend your weekend or, even better, start a new week with traditional Romanian hot wine ("vin fiert") and enjoy laughs and cheers with your friends at Kismet Dao Hostel.

Feel welcome to share your own recipes of vin brulé, vin chaud, Gluhwein, gløgg, kuhano vino, svařák, quentão or any other variation of this winter classic you might be familiar with.

Dates: 
Monday, February 6, 2012 to Monday, March 26, 2012
Minimum no. of nights: 
Monday nights only
Room type: 
Any

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