Lido Hotel Budapest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... That wasn't true in the beginning - only the wealthy could afford opera.
Before returning to the boat, we were treated - the whole boatload - to typical Hungarian cakes and coffee at one of the finest coffee shops in Budapest, Cafe Gerbeaud. Not quite certain how that is determined, as the streets are lined with so many coffee and pastry shops. I was told there are more than 350 of them in Budapest. The pastries were eye appealing as well as very ...
We took a nice river cruise down the Danube and could see both Buda and Pest. We could see the Parliament building which is over 100 years old and is the third largest Parliament building in the world. We visited the Heros Square which is was built to commemorate the 1000-year-old history of the Magyars. We also walked across the Chain Bridge which links Buda to Pest. The Castle on the hill over-looking the river could be toured and they have a ...
... of land taken away from Hungary. This included Transylvania and the Adria and Dalmatia in Croatia. 7. The Metro in Budapest is the second oldest in the world after London. Commissioned by Kaiser Franz and Elisabeth 8. The Opera house balcony was used for the film Evita and Madonna sang Don't cry for me Argentina from here pretending she was in Argentina. Budapest is used for lots of filming and for different locations including Warsaw, Florence, Moscow and of course Argentina. ...
... We left Poland and drove through Slovakia, making one stop on the way (the best stop ever...), and then from Slovakia entered into Hungary.
For our stop in Slovakia, we did what I was possibly most excited for about the whole trip...THE TANK RIDE!!! Though it was not what I was expecting at all...it was so much better... we pulled into a layby on the side of a road (I was expecting it to be at a museum or something), and ...
... and rodents) in the vulture den and some other carnivorous bird display. -A dark cavern to watch seals swim by. Paul snapped a few shots of a father/son. Paul and the gentleman swapped info so Paul could send the photo via email. Unfortunately the draft Paul wanted to send, did not save and now we are on the hunt to contact him. Wish us luck. -A trio of lazy lemurs, arms length ...