Alfa Art Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We left Prague by the Scenic coach right on 8.30am, stopped for a pee (tea) break around 11 and Lunch at Bratislava at 1, before driving thru to Budapest, it was so exciting to see where we would be spending the next 15 days. I could really get use to this, everything is provided, washing, ironing and of course cooking, even the contents of the mini bar is complimentary, our cabin is small but has a balcony with the most stunning view ...
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... for the lifeguards to get very excited and say a lot of stuff in Hungarian. There were signs saying all users had to be 140cm, and Hazel is only about 132cm in bare feet, but there were other children shorter than 140cm on the rides so we couldn't figure out what was wrong. Eventually one life guard who spoke English explained that for children 130-140cm, the parents have to sign a disclaimer at the first aid point before children can use the slides. We did this - it was a ...