The Golden Horseshoe Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... floor monster with a mixture of tunes from all different eras and genres.
The next morning was a little rough but was able to sleep in as we had a train to Budapest late in the day. We finally made it the beautiful Charles Bridge this time, which is an old historic Bridge connecting the castle with the dwellings across the river. This bridge is also adorned with many statues with bits of gold plating depicting famous saints from the pre-1600 era. We then ...
... went to bed. 2 pages read, sleep is not an issue.
Alarm again set for 7am as we have a City Tour in the morning.
The Washerman - Who on earth pays the hotel to do your washing must be very rich or lazy.
It's a wee walk to the lift at the Hilton! - We are the room in red and opposite are the lifts.
The inner green part is the lobby which is open up to a glass roof on the 8th floor. It feels so open - but you have no idea what the actual ...
... us once again. Maybe it is because Julee made them enchiladas last time... -Sleepy, not sleepy "knock knock" "who's there?" "jet lag" "jet lag who? zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz" We slept in until 2pm yesterday. We just could not pull ourselves out of bed. First we were waking up at 4 am, now we can't get to sleep until around 2 am. Bizarre- Hopefully our bodies will be adjusted next week because I would like to start a ...
... br> We are split into two groups, and taken through individually as we’re told the space is limited, even though it was made to fit (I think) 2500 people.
The tour begins by walking through the entrance of the bunker, which is now used as a bar on weekends. The first opening is stationed like a museum, with cabinets lining either side and we embark on a history tour here covering the bunkers, materials and instruments found here, the history ...
Again another early start with a lot of people struggling to get out of bed after last night, (us not included) we eventually jumped on the bus to go to the Czech Republic. After a big night most of us slept on the bus for the first few hours until we hit our first pit stop. After this everyone woke up because of our fantastic meal. Rachel and I had chips topped with shredded meat, called gyros. It's so good it reminded us of something out ...