Attila Hotel & Pension
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Change of mood: a visit to the folk arts workshop. I'm not clear who runs this place, but we were welcomed with a drink (surprise, surprise) and brought into a room with various areas of folk art - and we were invited to be the artists. Women dressed in traditional Hungarian dress awaited each of us. Some were ready with blown-out duck eggs, paints and brushes with some samples to start out the artists if they chose something to copy. Other tables ...
Morning - what morning - 10am and something on my phone vibrated - yes the electric is back on and therefore the iPhone docking station had fully charged the phone. 2 minutes later a knock on the door and a young lady was waiting to clean the room - I apologised And sent her on her way ! A quick rush as breakfast finished at 11am ! There does not seem to Be many in the hotel so with lots of waiters plenty of great service - even one of the managers came and had a 20 minute chat ...
... Danube If you remember I said yesterday the banks of the Danube are a UNESCO heritage site. This means anything that is there cannot be destroyed or taken down. There are two buildings along the Danube that benefit from this: the Marriott (one of the ugliest buildings I have ever seen. Ok still doesn't beat the Guoman Hotel in London) and the Intercontinental. Both awful 1970s buildings along a beautiful waterfront. After about 40 minutes of walking I came across a row of ...
... Hmm..... Hopefully Marty gets the car and comes back soon. It is supposed to be over 90 in Budapest this weekend. He's baaack - and he has the car!! Woo hoo! Off we go on another adventure. Look out Budapest. Applebees are coming:). Note to all travellers: you need to purchase highway stickers for all countries except Germany when driving through Europe. The stickers are displayed on the ...
... involved us starting off wandering around aimlessly looking for a free walking tour, only to realise we'd gone to the wrong spot. This is what happens when there are two train stations with almost identical names. So after a rocky start to the morning we headed to the Invisible Experience. This was rated on Tripadvisor as one of the top things to do in Budapest. I knew it had to do with the experience of a blind person, but little did I know what was to ...