Alfa Art Hotel
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... through being able to wear jeans and drink coke. Prefab concrete and asbestos used for flats with very thin walls. That period was low in child birth as every sound was heard! Little identical boxes, tiny boxes. Freezing cold and boiling hot all built on top of Roman ruins. FREE FROM COMMUNISM, a smaller country as borders changed. 1990 High level of democracy but also unemployment, disappointment in the people that there is no communism in some as it ...
... we headed towards the brilliantly illuminated chain bridge. On the way we stopped for dinner at the first reasonably priced restaurant we could find. We hit the jackpot there (I would write the name but it's something long and Hungarian, there's no way I'll figure it out) and I enjoyed my roast goose with a glass of 70 cent wine. Apparently Hungarian wine is really taking off in quality but prices are still rock-bottom. I hope we remember where that restaurant is; ...
After a long train trip from Bucharest, Romania. We checked in to our hotel and went looking for some lunch. It was absolutely pouring rain in Budapest. We were staying on the Pest side of the Danube river (because Budapest was actually two different towns called Buda and Pest) on the way to lunch we walked through "Hero's Square" where they had statues dedicated to the local tribe in Hungary called the "Magyar" and the set out of the statues ...
... although by this time, we’d mostly been freeze-dried. Donning our arcticwear, we bundled up and did another thorough search of the perimeter. There was only one Szechenyi towel to be seen, which, in an act of desperation (and may we be forgiven for it), we nonchalantly lifted. After explaining the situation to the Guardian of the Towels, we all concluded that some jerks had probably stolen ALL the towels as souvenirs, and had never rented their own to ...
... Half charged on wine,Anna then took us out to the oldest Ruin pub in Budapest. Funky gothic, theatrical pub. All the contiki ppl dominated the pub. It was a good chance to meet and greet properly. Alcohol generally breaks down personal barriers anyone might have. The next time we looked at our watch it was 0300 in the morning. Only spent 50 aud between me and chloe after a nightsdrinking? Madness. Might pay for it tomorrow. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed