CEU Residence and Conference Center
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... and foot whilst navigating through the darkness. On the brighter side of life she now has trendy ripped jeans.
Note: it is worthwhile mentioning Jo injured herself whilst walking home from a series of wine tastings in Eger.
Scooters are a respectable form of adult transport
We’ve seen more than a dozen adults riding manual, push along scooters on their way to work. It’s a bizarre sight to see a lady dressed ...
... nothing to eat, and nothing to drink and nowhere to buy anything, while the train occasionally stopped for half an hour in the middle of nowhere for no apparent reason. It was lucky I had a small bottle of water, because it was that and six biscuits I found in my bag that kept me going for the whole day and night. We arrived at 10pm, not 8pm, and by the time I had changed some money and found the metro to take me to where I was staying, it was ...
... in Heathrow but who knew terminal 5 was miles away from terminal 3. We took a bus and then were given the privilege to go through their “fast track” or TSA pre security. If you are given the opportunity, run to the other line! They took Tim’s backpack apart and were doodling around with it for over 30 minutes. We made it to our Budapest flight and arrived to our hotel by early afternoon. The view from our room ...
... up for the day, and we really couldn't have fit a second bike in our little car. I went around and bought some fresh strawberries, spinach, radishes and peppers, while Sam negotiated the purchase of two buckets of imitation legos (I can't really comprehend how many legos we own at this point, but he really does use them, regularly, so I can't really say no.) The boys helped me negotiate the purchase of some cut flowers to give ...
... side. Off the bridge, the Budapest funicular was taking tourists from the bottom of the hill to the Buda Castle at the top. Knowing it was pretty much a tourist trap, I found a pathway through the gardens that gave me equally spectacular views over the "Pest" side whilst climbing to the top.
I wandered around the Buda Castle area for around an hour and a bit, it was a really good introduction to the city of Budapest. It was architecturally beautiful with many ...