Villa Hotel Kristal
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We were awake by 20 to 6 (in the Film Hotel, Bratislava) - great chance to use the internet I thought. I thought wrong, as we couldn't get it to work! So off to the station about 6.30. It was 19 degrees - a lot cooler than the last week. Because we had plenty of time, we walked to the station a different way. We passed a very interesting building, Slovak Radio - the shape of a pyramid turned upside down and built in 1983.
... and Pest). the creation of the the Chain Bridge in the mid 19th century connected the two districts.
We first explored the city by night as we walked along the Danube river and were awe struck by the beauty of the vista. The main buildings are very well lit up creating a magical view irrespective of the time of day.
Lesson#2: Budapest is full of some of amazing Ruin Pubs.
We were booked into a party hostel ...
Sherree: How lucky we are to be chauffeur driven around Budapest in a Mercedes by Peter! Despite the cold and foggy day, we set out to cruise the streets of Rozdome where the very wealthy live high above the Danube. Three storied stuccoed homes with distinctively pitched roofs of tiles must have breathtaking views on a clear day. The citadel and freedom statue which used to be labelled with a huge red Soviet star still bear the shell holes from the ...
... park in it was very enjoyable. By the afternoon it was time to go back to skippy taking a detour, as parliament house was having some serious renovations done to it. Leaving Budapest we went south towards the popular Balaton lake, stopping in Siofok to check into a fancy hotel for the night. Dressed up for the first time in ages and enjoyed a fantastic dinner out celebrating our first wedding anniversary, with some very yummy champagne. A perfect ...
... seen anywhere. We are docked on the Pest side if the river, the flat side. It's also the business side. Drove by the famous Spa where people go to take the waters, drink them, and swim in them!! They're natural hot springs. The building is huge, at least an entire city block. Most of the communist monuments have been destroyed or moved out of the city, and the areas around them have been renovated to parks. We drove to the Heroes Square ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Hotel Kristal Budapest
Other way, hotel was clean and with fair service, but furniture, doors, interior - ready to be renoveted as soon is possible. Plus was good location to the center, and secured parking for the Car ,... So end line was that considering everything we was satisfied.
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