BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Ambra
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Had a wonderful day in and around Vienna(Wien) today. The breath taking architecture, well connected subway and to end with opera. Wien has 5 subway lines, U1, U2, U3, U4 and U6 which is open till 12:30 Fell in love with its Autumn leaf colors, imperial sights, coffee houses, cosy wine taverns, and Love is always in the air. In all sense it is a city of world music!
It was touch and go for a while, but I made it to Budapest in one piece. Through snowstorms, a collapsed emergency exit window and shattered glass everywhere, and questionable bus drivers...the tour group finally made it to Budapest in 15 hours. It took so much longer than expected and we were actually supposed to go to Vienna first, but SURPRISE! Our itinerary was ...
... Ljubljana. That night we went out to a great Mexican place. We had some awesome cocktails, corn chips and fajitas! The next morning we woke up early to head to the station. It was before breaky was being served but the lovely owner made us her speciality vanilla latte and a couple of croissants. We hopped on the train and headed to Budapest. It was the longest and most frustrating trip ever. We were in a constant state of confusion ...
... Pudd just got out of the shower and I'm still to have mine. Breakfast looks more like lunch. ... It's 4.56pm now. We've had a brief outing today. We headed up towards the main baths up Andrassy Utca. It's in the opposite direction to which we usually travel, away from the Danube river. The street has been declared a World Heritage Site and is an iconic avenue in Budapest lined with stunning neo-renaissance mansions and townhouses. It is one of Budapest's main shopping ...
It's me again, to tell you about our time in Budapest.
We woke up on the train at about 7am, after a pretty ropey night's sleep on the overnight journey from Krakow. Mr H started to complain about his bad back, whilst I joined a queue of 3 people for the toilet in our carriage, wondering if we were too old for this!
After getting off the train, we caught a tram to the area we were staying (on the "Pest" side of the ...