Attila Hotel & Pension
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... meh. I tasted the second one, a roll with bright red jelly swirled in it, dry but decent tasting. And the third, simple enough was a croissant with vanilla custard inside. I’ve had this before so I was most excited about it because it was delicious, but this one, awful! I ended up eating most of the jelly one and tucking the other two away for later. My intention of going to a bakery was to get a tasty treat and a coffee. Well, there was no coffee at the bakery I ended ...
Yesterday was one of the most lovely and relaxing days ever. We slept in and then pampered ourselves. Budapest is known for being the "City of Baths" so we figured we had to see what all the fuss was about. So we left our hostel in search of food and a bath! The food we found was super amazing. I'm not 100% sure what I had... But it included fresh, hand made pasta and a lot of paprika. I'm a big fan. Then we went to the a Gellért Baths. They were built to ...
I woke early this morning at about 6am so I only got about 4.5 hours sleep. It's now 8.08am and I'm feeling a bit groggy. Not sure what today holds. I'm going to plan it know. ... I'm so exhausted by today I'm almost too tired to write this. It's now 6.16pm. We got home at about 5.45pm. I've just had a cup of tea and for the first time this feels more like a chore than a pleasure to write. Today has really made me tired. We've probably had many mother days where we've done more, but I ...
After a quick McDonalds breakfast to help with the hangovers we headed back out into the city for another day sightseeing. Freya had done some research and really wanted to visit The House of Terror, which turned out to be a museum about the Nazi and Communist eras in Hungry. The building in which the museum is located was the former headquarters of the Hungarian Arrow Cross Party (Nazi Party) and then following the ...
... amp; pinnacles etc on Rakoczy avenue. This area must have avoided war time damage - we walked down this way and then turned right to loop around and walk over the Chain Bridge. This took about an hour with all the stopping and looking around. Dawdled along the south bank of the Danube, narrowly avoiding being knocked over by a flying push bike about 20 times. Bike riders rule over here.
We crossed back over the Danube via ...