Budapest Panorama Central
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Family rooms
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... convert the locals. They did the same to a sculptor, who neglected to put tongues in the statues of Lions at the Chain bridge. Who knew?
2. Don’t ever go into a war with Hungary as your ally, as they have lost every war for over 2000 years. ie: they sided with Germany during WW II
The city is spectacular with its various bridges and many buildings with porcelain tiled roofs. Over ...
... two stools are alike. It was a pretty cool place with a cool atmosphere. We took a tram home and hung out. We were going to be brave and try a new place for supper. We got frustrated with not being able to read menus so we went to mcdonalds instead, ahh familiar. We watched Budapest by night for a bit to admire the lights. We returned home and finished up the rest of Cory's Amsterdam stuff, we aren't bringing it on a ...
... if people had been tiring or freaking out, we wouldn't have gotten to see as much of the cave as we did, which is why when I realized I had a minor health issue that nobody could do anything about while we were still in the caves, I kept my mouth shut and adventured on. It turned out to be the right choice.
I have to say that I highly recommend the cave tour to anybody who is not claustrophobic and has full range of bodily motion. It was a ton of ...
... takes 2.5 hours to Budapest, but it actually takes 3.5, but with the time difference you gain an hour back (hence the 2.5 hours). We got in to the airport a little before 9 am Budapest time (GMT+1).
The driver dropped everyone else off and then we headed out to my hostel. He had to make a couple of quick stops, I’m not sure what for, before we continued on. My phone was finally showing my location again and so I was tracking our progress and ...
... sweet and hot. Can't wait to get home and cook with it! Finally a quick stop in an embroidery store for my mom before hopping on the bus back to the ship. After lunch, we ventured back out to the Pest side and spent hours walking around the Christmas market.
Budapest is the most eclectic city I've ever visited. It's like an old man who owns an antique shop with no theme and sells new toys too. It's a city that's been occupied by everyone from the Romans to ...