Attila Hotel & Pension
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... more exclusive • Grand central market- we walked through the market to find lots of vendors selling fresh fruits, veggies, spices, and even some jewelry • Chris' mom's old apartment that she grew up in where she was forced to live in the basement by the Soviets. We went in to the building next door to her place (bc of confusion and desperation to escape the heat) and sat at Al Capone's Pizzeria, where we were greeted by an English speaking "1st ...
... Both Blake and Sam were surprised by that piece of advice - hopefully such obliviousness will last a while longer. Obviously we let Blake take his book back to school, and we are going to try to back off on expectations again (we did come saying that the boys were going to focus on language and culture), and just let them read when the teachers don't have time or resources to translate for them.
... spectacular, start and finish lines in separate places, lots of colours, flags and nervous runners. We got there pretty early before it got busy, most people were probably going to register after 5pm.
I was accosted by a clown and Richard went to find some energy gels in the sports shop...phew they were selling the right stuff! All sorted for the race the next day!
Day 4 - Saturday 11th October - Budapest Marathon ...
... one of the guys rooms and did some pre drinking before hand, talked and then got ready to go out to a ruin bar.
We meet up, walked to the tram, caught the tram to the ruin bar szimpla kert. An amazing bar, various bars inside a shell of a building. The crowds picked up later, it was a good time, we drank and then later i had a smoke of a hooka, about 1am i then left and caught a taxi back to the hotel and went to bed.
... Dictatorships. Definitely worth a visit. Following our trip to the museum we headed back towards the Danube to see the Houses of Parliament. Also outside the building stands a memorial to the Jews who were shot at the edge of the Danube so their bodies could be washed away during World War II. The memorial is very simple just small statues of shoes scattered along the edge of the riverbank. After a cultural ...