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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
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... bank. They were joined for the first time in 1873 with completion of the Liberty Bridge. The first port of call was the National Opera House. A beautiful building built in 1875 when Hungary was part of the Austro-Hungarian empire. It can seat 1200 patrons and the stage measuring 28 metres wide, 28 metres high and 48 metres deep. The additional depth allow many backdrops and props to be set up so different performances can be held on the same day. Some of the finish in ...
... Strangely enough thermal baths on a super hot day were nowhere near as odd as it seemed and they were actually really refreshing (like a late summer afternoon at Waiwera) and talk about busy, everyone had the same idea as us including a bus load of Aussies on tour - some people you just can't get away from.
Dinner in a locally recommended restaurant serving traditional cuisine was delicious and really cheap which made up for the service which was extremely casual.
... restaurant on the Buda side of the city. There was live music and folk dancing and good food. But the best was having time together:). Thanks to Peter and Zsuzsi (the children- grown children!), we communicated in Hungarian, German and English. It was too funny. Bottom line: we expressed what we wanted to using all our languages, smiles, tears, and lots and lots of love. It was awesome and we were so thankful it worked out. (Oh yeah, the food was good ...
Oh Budapest, how my liver is happy we only spent two nights. This was my first real hostel experience and it was a party hostel indeed! After a good recovery nap from the last night in Stuttgart I was recharged, mostly, to start the party again! We made some friends playing Cards Against Humanity, ate some beyond amazing pizza, had some drinks then it was off to Sparty! Sparty is a giant party in some mineral baths. This ...
... the night slightly earlier, so I feel pretty good today. I slept for half the bus ride, as did pretty much everyone else. Usually I struggle to sleep on buses but I think we've all hit the point where sleeping where you can has become a necessity.
I got a few shots of Krakow at night. I really like that place. I think a return trip to Poland might be in my future travels.
The other big thing that happened was my ...