Alfa Art Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Blake” throughout the day. Laura tried to explain about crushes and limited vocabularies, Blake just thought it was annoying. At least with his book series done, he is back to being engaged with his friends. He has been collecting sticks around the playground (there are a lot, many probably from the ice storm from late November), and bringing them back to the house, but he and the other boys have been running around with them ...
... Hemingway’s just a couple doors down from our hotel so we thought we would give that a try before dinner. The reviews mentioned that the place was so busy that reservations were an absolute must but we foolishly thought that might just be when the weather is nice or something, and boy were we wrong. We were considered the “lucky” ones because they allowed us to stand inside the doors and wait for a table so while we waited we had the chance to ...
... to the out-dated music that was playing previously over the speakers but when the men began to sing along to their hesitant instrumental playing one could say the quality became comparable. The women were still none the wiser and found the live music entertaining at best. However, their jovial attitudes and relaxed manner were not to persist when one of the group asks a harmless question.
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... up to the Royal Palace. This spectacular building overlooked all of Budapest and was well worth a visit. We enjoyed great views of both Buda and Pest and also the palace itself. The Mátyás Fountain was one of the most impressive I've seen, rivalling the Trevi in Rome. Also on Castle Hill was Matthias Church, with it's imposing structure and colourful roof, and the Fisherman's Bastion, a lookout terrace which provided excellent shelter in the rain. St. ...
... and built out into a state-of-the-art hospital for people injured in air raids during the war. That on its own is pretty interesting, but it got even better once the Russians took over and turned it into a nuclear bomb shelter after World War II. We went deep into the cave system and saw the supplies and equipment they actually used. There were huge boxes full of bandages that expired in 1961, all sorts of medical equipment, gas masks, full-body radiation suits, and ...