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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... everywhere around the hotel and in the gardens walking around slowly in their white hotel robes and looking so very serious. Most of them certainly look as though they need some kind of health treatment that's for sure! Haha.
One older man in a small pool had his head in a kind of head cradling apparatus that was hanging over the water and holding him up by his chin. I think this is so you can sleep or relax? But he didn't look too ...
... was closed for another week. A womble around and 2 others rejected for various reasons we ended up in the hills on the Buda side. The space was limited and having established it would be tricky to access the Intertoll office from there, we decided on a one night stop. Where we ended up was rather like a parking lot. There were some prettier stands further down but they were in the shade.
Sleeping in the van with Brutus' nose tethered 10centimetres, ...
... and everyone was getting hungry) and ordered burgers. Excellent, but very messy burgers - the bacon burger included cole slaw and cheese sauce, while the Mexico burger had chili, so everything dripped. It was a necessary stop.
We then walked back past the duck pond, where Blake disposed of the last of his bun, and through the park castle. The castle is a hodpodge of historic castle/palace styles built for a fair (might have been a world's fair), and now houses ...
CRUISING DAY - BUDAPEST
It's been great so far!
This morning we enjoyed the lovely city of Budapest. It began with a coach and walking tour of Buda-Pest this morning which is really two cities. Buda is on the west of the Danube, Pesct on the east. Pesct is the commercial sector and Buda much more residential. Walked around the Royal Palace, Mathias Church and Fisherman's Bastion. Saw ...
... last a minute. My asthma went wild, my chest got tight, and I left before I suffocated. So much for that.
The bath building is located in a beautiful park, so I wandered the park for a bit and admired the lake and the ducks, as well as the beautifully painted park benches. Next, I wandered over to some cool looking buildings, which turned out to be museums and a visitors' center near Heroes' Square. This is apparently the place where every tour in Budapest ...