Attila Hotel & Pension
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... us begin by picking apart the name shall we? (I know you are all itching to know). The Hungarian capital is really two cities, Buda and Pest. The Buda side of the Danube (the separating river), is where you would take Mum and Dad. It is beautiful, serene, calm and full of elegance. The side of Pest though... this is where all the 'business' within the city takes place, culture and a thriving nightlife scene.
... after dinner to do a couple of 360 in the river so all passengers got to see both sides of the River, it was amazing to be on such a huge long boat and have it doing circles in the river, would have been a sight from the shore. From the boat all the lights of Budapest were on but again the most unbelievable sight was of the Parliament building, I dont think I've seen anything more ...
... arrow to your next location. Became the sort of people who drive into the sea because the satnav told them to. Ended up walking over 6 miles on a 25 minute journey. Got the tram to where we actually needed to be and then ended up walking 6 miles away from it. Seen a bit more of Budapest though, namely, train tracks, dual carriageways, motorways and council estates. Felt like I was training for the army with my backpack on and with the mid afternoon sun beating down on me. ...
... interested and alive" in such a short space of time.
What a wonderful day!!!
Hungary (Hungarian: Magyarország [ˈmɒɟɒrorsaː 609;] is a landlocked country in Central Europe.
Friday Walking tour in Budapest and
There were a couple of different
companies doing “free” walking tours of the city so we opted for
the first one we found the starting point for. The tour was good and
helped orient ourselves in the city. It was 2 and a half hours and
was good but I foolishly underdressed for the sun and caught quite a
bit of sunburn, I always wear a hat at home but my ...