Budapest City Central
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Family rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsBudapest City Central
This was absolutely incredible! The room was ginormous, with couches, a tv, a fully equipped kitchen, 2 bathrooms (with a bathtub and a shower). It was also really clean, and the staff was super helpful. they recommended some great stuff. The breakfast was really good, only 3 euros. Great price, great product, great service, couldn't ask for more.
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So today, I woke up at 6.30am...over an hour before the alarm, feeling umm...not quite my normal self shall we say... To make it worse, once I was awake, I was awake, and that was that. I tossed and I turned, and downed a ridiculous amount of water, as we had planned to go on a free walking tour of Budapest at 10.30am. After a lovely and much needed breakfast, and bidding a final farewell to Ben, we headed out, getting lost on route and turning around ...
... Another point is one that I know is being used at home, but it should be used more, and that is double flush toilets. My school has them but many other places do not. In almost every country we went to, there were tons of toilets like this. This reduces the amount of water we use.
Finally, we have had to use plastic water bottles throughout our travels, because the tap water in these countries is not safe to drink or use to brush our teeth. So, ...
... be in conflict with school philosophy and then encouraged parents to discuss. Based on some of the frustrations expressed by a couple of the parents, I would say we are not really all that different from the other families at the school, but I did go home and ask Blake not to discuss minecraft at school! Anyway, then the German teacher came in to discuss how the year is going and asked the parents to break into groups to ...
... an hour and half since we tried to check in. The lady apologized again for the inconvenience and told us that she had good news, that she had spoken to the Manager and that they would offer us the Presidential Suite. Marc and I looked at each other, and we couldn’t keep our smiles in. We were escorted to the other side of the building which was the more prestigious/boutique section. There was marble everywhere! I felt like a fraud that didn’t deserve to walk ...
... is that it doesn't start getting dark until around 9pm. We got a couple of ice cream cones, ordered some coffee, and planned out the rest of our stay while waiting for the sun to go down. It was worth the wait, and the city slowly came to life with warm, burning light. I love experiencing a city at night; it often feels like someplace totally new. After taking about four hundred pictures of the Parliament building (I think I could make a flip-book of the sun setting ...