Lido Hotel Budapest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... able to send them christmas money this year. From that moment on, I told myself that I would make more of an effort to be a part of their lives and show them that even when running around the world, you can keep those in your heart, also in your life. After I finished my delicious and at this point necessary daily coffee/espresso, I made my way back over to where I smelled the most delicious pastries being made earlier. I went into a Costa cafe (similar to a Starbucks) but ...
... Not a wealthy country but the people here are great. Here is a fun fact: Budapest was previously two cities - Buda and Pest. The two halves are separated by a river that runs through the city and I got some great views from the ancient castle on the Buda side.
Right now I 'm in an internet cafe/laundromat waiting for my clothes to finish drying. The plan for this arvo is to get stuck into some traditional Hungarian food and then hit the road to Prague.
After my big day yesterday I had quick a lazy day in the morning! I went to the supermarket and talked to Adrian and didn't do much else. In the afternoon tho I made myself get up because I really wanted to go to these things called thermal baths and I only had 2 days left! There are heaps to choose from, 1 big touristy one and then heaps of ...
Arrived into Frankfurt 0700 we had an hour and a half to get boarding passes and get to the gate, you would think plenty of time. This airport is absolutely enormous and we had to go through passport control and security checking prior to walking about ten kilometres, maybe a slight exaggeration, to the gate. We only just made it on time. Arrived in Budapest a bit tired after 36 hours of flights and transits. Fortunately we were able to shower and sleep a little ...
... domed building. The ceiling again covered in detailed frescos. Apparently the main sight here is a mummified hand of St Stephen. We didn't go to see that...! One thing I have noticed here is that they seem to love their statues. Almost every street corner is adorned by a statue of a some man. A variety of politicians, artists and an American president. Random. At 4pm it was time to head back to the airport. Weekend over already! We opted for a taxi again, rather than try ...