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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... originally displayed in the National Museum, but moved to the Parliament House in 2000. Only the coronation mantle was still on display in the museum. We were not allowed to take any photos in the Copula Hall.
We took some time to walk back to the hotel while the others took the bus back. Along the way we checked out the market and the architecture of the city.
In the early evening, we all drove out to ...
... Tac. Marty also kindly drove us past John's home where he grew up and of course stopped for a photo.
Erzsebet's apartment is absolutely wonderful with sweeping 180' views over the Buda hills. It is large and extremely comfortable - Persian rugs on the parquetry floors and a very tasteful collection of art, both painting and sculpture. What luxury!
We went off late in the afternoon to purchase provisions as we had ...
... were gathered all along the rivers edge, there were barriers up everywhere and many police. Our guess was something was happening for the Budapest labour day celebrations! Since we had no idea what they were talking about through the speakers, we headed towards a bridge to cross the river and go to the Castle. We stopped for a minute to see if we could work our what was happening. On the large tv screens, there was a man getting into a ...
... and booked in for a massage as well. What a great experience in the baths. The Rudas Thermal Bath was established as early as the 16the century, during the time of the Turkish occupation. Its central part includes an octagonal pool covered by a 10 meter diameter dome. At the end of the 19th century, a therapeutic swimming facility and a sauna was added. The bath ...
... Hapsburg rule, interspersed with world wars, and various kings and queens. With each period new aspects of the city were added - bridges, islands, palaces and houses of parliament. All in all, a very informative (and warm) cruise.
Got off the river boat, and we were immediately hit by the freezing temperature - must have been below freezing. It also seems like the whole population ...