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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... language issue there we don't speak Spanish and they don't speak English. fletcher had put a translation app on my phone so we were able to text each other and talk that way. I tell my kids and grandkids no phones at the table and that is exactly what we were doing. Yesterday at the cafe the first thing Maria and I asked was there WiFi then the menu, hilarious. we went to the House of Terror Museum. Place where people were the Hungarian were ...
... flag in their hands and a prayer book under their arms; pretty horses whose neck can be taken off to offer candies from their belly; Easter eggs, angels on golden boxes. You can see female figures opposite the entrance, sunrays flash out around the face of the clock above the door, and at the top an eagle is standing the test of ...
It was very sunny in the morning, and temperatures made it quite pleasant outside. As the house is often too small for everyone, especially when no major activities are planned for the day, I volunteered to take the boys to one of the local parks to burn off some energy and let Laura have some time in the house to herself. So after Hungarian lessons and lunch, the boys and I walked up the hill to the park. ...
... waters of this beautiful bath house, and then in their sauna, I felt truly warm for the first time in my 2 weeks in Europe... it was sheer bliss. I wish I could have kept that feeling with me as we walked the seemingly interminable route back to and across the bridge and then got lost again! (That was actually when we bumped into the drunken Andrew who wasn't Stephen... I have things all out of order here!). I may not be the best navigator ...
... closet to what we in Denver call Modern Orthodox. Our guide was excellent, especially when she took us out to the cemetery. Here, 2000 people are buried in mass graves, victims of the Nazi attempt to wipe out the entire Jewish community before the war ended. When we saw that every memorial stone had the same year of death on it, it chilled us to the bone. In 9 months, 600,000 of the 800,000 Hungarian Jews were slaughtered. The only reason that ...