Aboriginal Budapest Apartments
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... the two cities became more accessible and were joined into one metropolis. Also, it's not pronounced Budapest, it's BudaPESHT. A few things I noticed: -knew this before, but cab drivers reeeeally try to rip you off. Tip- always pre negotiate fares when possible. -Hungarian is a hard language to follow. Second hardest in the world we were told. -not overly touristy -Austrian influences in architecture -The worst customer service ever, besides our hotel Day ...
... he only like riding small horses, but he tried anyways and was the first person to jump at the chance to ride a second time. In the end, some of the girls left in tears because there was not enough time for everyone who wanted to ride again to get a chance.
On the way out, we were met by the main road by the parent car pool. Blake and I (and the mom who also left her car at the Arborétum) were given a ride back to our car (thankfully!), and everyone ...
... side - lovely forest with cycling and walking tracks. We got off at Challenge Land an awesome climbing, flying fox place. The kids spent a good few hours conquering the various courses and their fears at times and absolutely loved it! Ziggy has been training Ruby and now us in Ninja/Jedi arts and this land was part of it. They gained many levels of training here. After ...
... filled with history and culture, this is the place to visit. Our first day involved a bus tour outside the city following the path of the the bend in the river (Danube Bend). We visited 3 small towns along the way Esztergom (centre of Catholocism in Hungary), Visegrad (castles on the hills) and Szentendre (a bohemian town previously occupied by Greeks, Turkish and Slovakians). It was great to see what life is like outside the big city,. The ...
... The next problem was that 'the bus stop at Heroes' Square' turned out to be a singularly unhelpful method of describing where to catch a bus as Heroes' Square is enormous and bus stops are scattered around it everywhere. So we wandered around and inspected some bus stops and decided where we thought was likely, and then, as the next scheduled shuttle bus was not due until 1.30, we went to explore City Park, to which Heroes' Square is the entrance. There was a very ...