Lido Hotel Budapest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Wednesday. We visited the Ludwig Museum who's works on display in their permanent collection space are supposed to feature contemporary works acquired in the last 20 - 25 years. Unfortunately only one of their two floors was open (a new exhibition opens today on the other floor) and regrettably it must be said it took us longer to get the museum than the time we spent there. After the museum we went for a ride ...
... was her dad's concern).
We met up again for dinner, which was schnitzel over a plate full of french fries, with a cole-slaw salad. Everyone ate well, and then we packed the leftovers up for lunch the next day (again, a local custom that it was good to learn about - the turistaház even kept the leftovers in their fridge overnight and provided some bags and napkins the next day for packing up lunch). After dinner we retired to the ...
... donation at the ned of the tour (you’d
have to be mean not to).
Budapest is also relatively cheap, far more so than other countries I visited. My hostel
was 6 euros a night, but the local currency is the florint, of which there are
about 320 to one Euro.
Hungary is like nowhere else in Europe. The language is unrelated to languages in any of th surrounding countries. I left Hungary knowing only two words of Hungarian.
... and more of a goat track, through the bush. We flipped Duster around and headed back into town and had a nice lunch at a restaurant in a public square. Very nice..At least they offered more than schnitzel. We drove all the way to Budapest, but couldn't see the city.. It was kind of weird when Duster's GPS had us pull up to a vacant lot in the backwaters of Budapest, with no hostel in sight. A quick check and we realised we put the wrong address in and actually had gone a good ...
... to take 60 patients but at the height of the attack it had 700 patients. the hospital was very advanced and ran on electricity, it was also under the red cross so everyone in the hospital was protected when the russians arrived, it was used once again during the rebelion of budapest in the 1950s. it was then closed but as the cold war develloped and there was a major threat of a nuclear bomb they turnt it into a secure bomb shelter with its own water supply ...