Budapest Museum Central
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... We even saw a pop up igloo tent containing some women, perhaps for modesty. We heard an announcement in English saying that it would be the last train to Vienna today. Refugees were pouring through the main entrance of the station while others were sitting, seemingly too stunned to move. The media was everywhere but very few police. As areas of the station were cleared there were workers setting up gurneys to clean the floor.
The ex-pat Independence Day picnic is actually on the 5th, and we are more ready to go home than to make new friends now, so instead I found us something else to do today to get us out of the house. Today is the first of two days of the Red Bull Air Race in Budapest, part of their summer long racing circuit. They race over the Danube River between the Chain Bridge and Margret Island, having to negotiate between large inflated pylons at the correct height ...
Morning came with blue sky and a rooftop view of Budapest. Last night we had crossed the Danube to Buda to eat in the streets around the castle. Today was all for Pest. The market was wonderful. The trams were negotiated. The Danube bank was walked. The castle was gazed at and photographed. Budapest impressed, but we missed an afternoon room to escape to. We sat ...
... Budapest was more then i expected it to be and I completely feel in love with the city! I can't wait to go back in May when my friends from home are in Europe!
Soon I will write about all the adventures in Krems, and how different everything is here from school to shopping! But first I am off to Prague for the weekend to meet up with a friend from Laurier who is on her exchange in ...
... day discovering new Christmas markets that were tucked down the narrow cobblestone streets and doing a little Christmas shopping of our own. We of course had to cross the famous Charles Bridge, one of the oldest bridges in the Czech Republic. All along the bridge are 30 different statues representing various patron saints. In the old days every person crossing the bridge was required to stop and say a prayer at each of the statues so there was no such thing as a ...