Villa Hotel Kristal
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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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... We left Poland and drove through Slovakia, making one stop on the way (the best stop ever...), and then from Slovakia entered into Hungary.
For our stop in Slovakia, we did what I was possibly most excited for about the whole trip...THE TANK RIDE!!! Though it was not what I was expecting at all...it was so much better... we pulled into a layby on the side of a road (I was expecting it to be at a museum or something), and ...
... and explained why he was staring. Paul looked at me to say "See!" The man was from Columbia, and he was hoping that Paul was a friend of his that he had met in Portugal. They hadn't seen each other in over six years, and he stared at Paul for so long to determine if he was the friend. Paul gets this a lot. So many people think he is someone else. You would think there is only one red-faced 6 foot tall man in this world, but no. Anyway, after a nice chat, the man ...
... managed to keep ourselves active until 4:30, when I unveiled the now functioning XBOX 360 (thanks to Istvan for finding the necessary cables). The boys were happy to have it, and it kept them out of Laura’s way so she could participate in a teleconference for an ongoing project. I just tried to stay out of the way. With Laura’s call over a little after 6pm, it was time again to try going out to eat. This time we tried ...
... was quite curious of my travel plans and experiences. Once the tour ended she also gave us some advice on places to go in town and let us know that she was also giving the Pest tour tomorrow morning. She also told us about a nice dessert café around the corner that we stopped at. While the tortes there were quite good, what I really appreciated was the variety of loose-leaf teas they offered…an indulgence that I’ll ...
... Agnes at the Square and went to see the Széchenyi Baths which are in City Park behind the square. The park is a lovely green area with many beautiful buildings and the Baths looked very inviting, but as our feet were starting to protest, we took the Millennium Metro (another story) back to our apartment for a quiet evening after a long day.
We have had a request to show photos of the food we are eating - we'll start that tomorrow..