Attila Hotel & Pension
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... me and Schnitzel for David with a small bottle of tonic water. The camembert was great but the other two were awful, very oily spaghetti and dried up almost inedible schnitzel. The hotel was really funny, a bit like being in a time warp - maybe a cross between Fawlty towers and the Grand Budapest Hotel?? All the waiters appeared to be 60ish+, nothing wrong with that of course but not what you expect in the ...
... to the City Market. It is indoors, but it is basically a collection of "booths" where local merchants sell everything from fruits and vegetables to fish and crafts. It was a great way to really fell like a "local". We next hopped on the subway again and rode out to the main city park. Here some of us split off and tried the unique thermal baths, while others relaxed in the park and took a paddle boat ride on the lake. The thermal baths sure were ...
... super tired. Ate some chicken and chips at Fatal, a little overpriced!!! Also a little lonely, can't wait for Jen to arrive!! Sat for ages then went for a walk. Wow! Up to chain bridge, saw impressive old buildings and the Basilica, then tried to come home but got lost :( Walked in the wrong direction and couldn't find the hostel entrance!! Finally got back at 745 then went downstairs for the alcohol testing ...Palinka, Strong! Met a few other travellers. Then called it a ...
... doorway and enter the first small bath maybe 5m x 3m. Probably only 30c. We sat up to our necks in the water and looked up at the domed ceiling tiles in small blue and white mosaics. The walls and the bath tiled in dark brown stone, all very worn by time.
Into the main octagonal pool under the large domed roof. The ceiling is dark brown stone with three concentric circles of small skyights (maybe 10cm in ...
... was spectacular as well as the palace. I was awestruck. At that point in time, I had so many thoughts running through my head: I realized that I was in Central Europe; I thought about how I was at a place where there is such a rich, abundant history – it was the same euphoric feeling I had when I first arrived in Ireland and ate at The Roost Pub the first night. Spectacular.
The next morning we had ...