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... took us through a variety of environments, river valley, vineyards, beautiful villages to stop and explore. It was truly magical.
Overall the bike paths were fantastic. Europe is so geared to riding. Mostly you were on a separate bike path but there were a few km we had to be in traffic, one of them was a bit scary!!! We also had to ride over a very high bridge, we had our separate lane BUT it was only 4 feet wide and I did not dare look down to the water....it was ...
... very quickly. It turned out to be a really nice place anyway. I had a delicious salmon fillet, Natan had duck, Rob had veal and Elle had pasta. Yummo. We were still damn from the pools so it was a cold walk home. A cuppa warmed us up before bed, and we finally had the whole dorm room to ourselves! In the morning we all said our sad goodbyes (Elle and Robs probably a bit sadder), then the boys left to get their flight to London, and Elle and I headed for the station to get our train to ...
After passing by the Palace and Chain Bridge I passed by Rudas baths further down. There is an original Turkish dome and a many extensions that have been added to make the building much longer
Passing by the green steel Gellert Bridge I wanted to goto ...
... some assembly of city elders meeting to discuss the issues of the day. Not speaking the language at the root of the echoing hum also added to the sense of being but a mere fly or even invisible; and feeling invisible was comforting considering the whole loin cloth thing. It felt as if you were in a cave with the dome letting in just enough light, colored by the inlaid glass blocks going around the top of it. The heat and smell of sulfur ...
... on the September 27, 1984
It is a richly-decorated building and is considered one of the architect's masterpieces. It was built in neo-Renaissancestyle, with elements of Baroque. Ornamentation includes paintings and sculptures by leading figures of Hungarian art including Bertalan Székely, Mór Than and Károly Lotz. Although in size ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center