Attila Hotel & Pension
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- Free parking
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... high and low for the tape that we needed to complete what should have been our simply, 20 minute errand of sending this box home. Finally after almost two hours of trying various shops with no luck, we came across a paper store that had everything that we needed. Of course to add insult to injury we completed our search just after the post office had closed so we made our way (box and gifts in hand) back to the hotel to drop things off and head back out to salvage ...
... can bathe in Turkish baths (the Király Bath, the Rudas, and the Veli Bej Spa) enjoying the centuries old architecture but you also have the option to splurge in upscale spas (the Gellért, and the Széchenyi Baths, or in the wide range of spa and wellness hotels (Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget, Royal Spa in the Corinthia Grand Hotel Royal etc.)
3. An Affordable City - The Hungarian capital is still an inexpensive city compared to Prague or Vienna. Although prices have ...
... she had no spare bits left over in the end. I decided to tackle the kitchen and see if I could claw back victory after yesterdays defeat :). I am not sure of I won the round, but am quite happy to call it a draw, I think the kitchen needs another coat of paint but I am NOT doing it, LOL, well not today in any case. I also finally managed to paint a room ...
... restaurant round the corner from the hotel for dinner - we got good steaks and there was live jazz music on which was nice! We decided to get a pudding here and opted for chocolate pancakes - when they arrived the waitress poured rum over them and set them alight! They were pretty tasty though.
Day 2 - We got the metro across the river and viewed the Parliament building from across the Danube. It's a ...
... transit through to Budapest. Another cracking meal. It's hard to go wrong in Europe. Another leg of the trip through some more dodgy checkpoints. One of the officers took one look at me, then my passport, then back at me, then stole my passport. Uh oh! They're onto me! It was all good in the end, might of been the lack of hair on my head these days? Our bus driver Sandro had to double back numerous times through checkpoints, ...