Attila Hotel & Pension
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Rob awoke at 2am to the demon ghouls in our room tugging on his leg. We were staying in a hotel dating back to 1909 that had recently been renovated in a hipster / boutique style. Beautiful rooms with triple height ceilings and windows overlooking internal courtyards. But apparently a fresh coat of paint and some new curtains wasn't enough to exorcise the demonic forces in residence in room 316. Rob was quite concerned by our spirit visitor(s) that we slept with the bathroom light on ...
... the boys showed me around some of the places they visit during the day in the back lot, including the garden, frog pond and a small shelter that seems to include a central altar that Blake's class has used for poetry readings. I also talked for a long time with one of the fathers who was helping put together the playground about the differences in salaries between Hungary and the US. Finally, with no action, we headed home again to eat some lunch and collect Laura and ...
... it has turned grey but not too wet the last couple of days. Hopefully it will clear again on the weekend. Our first full day, Sunday, was just beautiful, so we headed for the Central Park and Heroes Square. It was lovely to see some many families out enjoying the weather. We have taken the water at two different baths and have tried the coffee at many celebrated coffee houses. I have tried various cakes and strudels - ...
... dropped Steph back at the hostel for a "disco nap" while Dav and I went to see the Bastion and "Castle" lit up at night. Glad he had an SLR. It was free Polinka tasting night, which is basically Hungary's version of Grappa, or Rakija or Ouzo…basically the strong stuff that every country has. It wasn't the worst thing I tasted, although some of our new friends strongly disagreed. A good group of 10 of us formed and after having some amazing ...
... as we were both ravenous by then. Unfortunately we were still munching our pies when the gate opened, so we missed the scrum for the queue for the unallocated seating. This meant that by the time we got on the plane there were no seats left where we could sit together, we were both squeezed into middle seats in different rows. Happily Hazel is a confident flyer and didn't worry, but when we met each other after landing, she looked terrible and said she'd had awful ear pain ...