CEU Residence and Conference Center
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... ready to go tomorrow to Croatia, with the first stop being the Plitvice National Park...aka Sophie being beyond excited and sleep being impossible...!
Though I'm excited for tomorrow, it was sad to say goodbye today to everyone who is leaving the tour here in Budapest, and not carrying on to Croatia, as the whole group are brilliant and it's sad that we're losing people for the lasth 2 nights, though they're all continuing their adventures elsewhere! ...
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Canadian: Nat, eh, pass the maple syrup
Hobbit: Natbo Naggins
Latin: Natus Natus
Ancient Greek: Natocles
Wapanese: Nato-desu-chan!!!11!!!~~kawaii ne nato san!! owo
We do not know which days of the week we will be teaching yet, but we will both be teaching this coming semester (I know, I know I agreed too easily). Classes are from 2/9 – 5/22. We can still travel during this time, but will need to make arrangements and will be more concerned about being gone. University holidays are on 3/30-4/3, 4/5 & 4/6, 5/1 and 5/24 & 5/25. We will also be attending ...
... kept to the front of the pack along with another couple that were similar in age to us who were also really friendly as lot of the Irish teenagers in the group couldn’t ride bikes properly and kept getting in the way.
After the bike tour ended, we stopped for a beer at a bar by the river and then went for a stroll and found a stall that sold Lángos, a Hungarian food specialty which my Hungarian friend Sarah told me I must try and Oh my, so delicious! (but also ...
... were a bit more tomato than straight up beef. After lunch we headed towards Buda and crossed the Danube at chain bridge, checking out some interesting buildings along the way. We crossed at chain bridge and headed up the hill to the castle. There was some truly incredible views from the castle, and I think for panoramic views of cities Budapest is my favourite, with parliament and st Stephens basilica being the key focal points along with a ...