Alfa Art Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... experience with pre sugared. In case you didn't know, my coffee is not-so-strong and heavily milked, but NO SUGAR, thank you very much.
Having had issues with our tickets for previous trains, we decide to make sure our next leg is as we planned. We leave our train and walk down the platform to the information & ticket windows where a couple dozen people had the same idea before us.
Wednesday night was my big evening out with some of the Fulbright ladies. Annyce (Emmett's mom) picked the evening weeks ago and invited us all to purchase our own tickets and meet at the opera house. Like any other time I go out of town, it sounded like a great idea and then I get all anxious before I leave. Didn't help that I was worried about Blake (his teacher pulled us aside for an intervention this morning, since Blake has been ...
... Budapest but, I swear to you, we laughed non-stop for 6 hours. Everything was HILARIOUS. From Martyn's blanket, to not being able to remember the words to the nursery rhyme about the cow jumping over the moon, to the border crossing itself. A poor chap behind us got out the most fake looking British passport I've ever seen, claiming to be called "Bill". Honestly, it looked like it was made out of tissue paper. The picture had clearly been ...
... then found a cafe for breakfast. We dawdled over our eggs and coffee, until it was 10.30am, and time to check into our apartment in Budapest. The apartment was great - a one bed place all to ourselves, complete with a decent kitchen, massive telly and a grand piano (sadly, we could only play chopsticks...)
We were greeted by our American hostess, called Hawaii, who talked us through a map of Budapest, before leaving us to make a brew and ...
... During WWII, much of the furnishings were carried away or damaged. After the war, Soviet troops were stationed there and parts of it were turned into an old age home. Much of the estate sadly fell into disrepair and only after one of the stable roofs collapsed was restoration work considered. Restoration started in 1985 and it was reopened to the public in 1996. Much of the furniture had to be recreated from records/paintings or similar pieces were found, ...