Attila Hotel & Pension
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the better part of a bottle of wine to get through, that my chicken was out of the oven before I even started the potatoes because I was still trying to figure out how to roll out my pie crust (with a rolling pin that you fill with water) and I have had a horrible headache all day as a result. Oh, and the landlord was lying in wait for us this morning as we tried to leave (late; headache), because apparently we had left the outside light on since Saturday night ...
... different post office we were very pleased to be assisted by a lovely lady working the front desk. She unfortunately didn’t speak much English but her supervisor did so we were able to get under way with the necessary paperwork to ship our box to the United States. After filling out the customs form (something we can do in almost every language now I’m sure) we waited to pay and be done since that was the normal flow but then our helper pulled out a roll ...
... ordered an Old Fashion (hoping to make Nana proud), and I ordered a Whiskey Sour. Ryan and Mia seemed to have chosen the right things to order because while their drinks came out fancy and delicious, my drink came out as plain whiskey on the rocks. Ryan and Mia happily drank theirs while I choked down mine trying to make as few faces as possible.
The next day we decided to visit ...
... in Budapest Al and I needed a new place to stay for the night and decided after 2 relatively mellow nights, if the party wasn't coming to us, we were going to it...We literally chased it, and booked ourselves in for the night to a party hostel...Infinity, sounded like a club so onlz good things were in store. We found this down a few random side streets about a 10 minute walk from our hostel from the first night. We didn't have enough time to really suss it out inside as we ...
... was a real lottery as labels are ALL in Hungarian no matter where wine came from. Daniel came to Budapest for a year and he is still here eight years later.
Visit Budapest, you will never, never, never be disappointed and as usual we have decided that there is only one thing for us to do and that is for us to return – and soon, and definitely for longer. A most amazing, wonderful, beautiful city which does, truly, 'dance in the ...