CEU Residence and Conference Center
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... which gives you an incredible view of the pest side of the city. This evening we strolled down to a market area in Pest.It is an area where you never tire of the people watching. An incredible local band was playing all those old western standards like Unchain my Heat, Just another brick in the wall and others. Incredible what 3 guys could do. Hope to hear some Hungarian gypsy music ...
... went onto the Buda side of the city and up to the Matthias Church and Fisherman's Bastian within the Castle. The view down onto the City from here is magnificent. Would have loved an extra half day perhaps to experience
Starting at around 1 p.m. we then sailed for 24 hours to reach Vienna our 2nd stop the following day. ...
... hill. After a half an hour climb, we reached the top, where the view was definitely not worth the climb. Feeling extremely beat down, we went out for our traditional Hungarian dinner which was surprisingly good. We still arent sure what the main dish was but it was some kind of meat and flour/egg mixture.
Saturday night we went to a club called Innocent and overall it was a decent night. It was extremely hot and crowded but the exchange students ...
... that the Nazi's and then Soviets carried out their terrible crimes from during their respective occupations, was now one of the most engaging museums in all Europe and left a very sour taste in my mouth, particularly after watching the final chilling video of a former prison guard recounting his memories of several hangings he witnessed and took part in.
Budapest on the whole was a place where you could discover little gems like these everywhere. It had no ...
... of all the connecting flights, the last transfer from Heathrow to Budapest was certainly my favorite. During the flight, I was seated next to a kind Hungarian man named Molnár and was able to learn more about Hungary and the culture of his country. The day after my arrival into Hungary, one of my new friends from the college - Daniel Luna - and I had the opportunity of trekking around Budapest for the latter part of the day. Certainly one of the ...