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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... 8217;t think we would have got through the four days alive judging by the look of some of the dodgy takeaway shops lurking on the street corners…!
Another challenge of course was getting our heads around the local currency. This was made far easier by a money exchange website called XE who we could consult on prices. The Hungarian Forint was particularly crazy, when withdrawing money from the cash machine for the first time I was aghast to ...
... text books this January and realized that didn't have any of the content that I wanted!
In any case, my preparation each week therefore involves reading the new textbook, and editing my existing lectures, lecture notes and homework to use the terminology and symbols from the new book, and to revise all of the example problems to use metric units. (I typically teach with both at home - metric are the units of science, so today's ...
... hour later as we were just nodding off again the train came to another halt and we certainly weren’t expecting a second knock on the door for passport
control to then check our passports! Anyway managed to get some sleep after that with the help of earplugs (so glad we brought some, knew they’d come in handy!).
This morning the train is passing through the beautiful sunny Romanian countryside, due into Bucharest in about 3 hours.
... opinion, competes with wine from some of the best (and most expensive) regions of the world. When we arrived in Budapest, we bought the 72 hour Budapest Card. This was our first attempt at using a destination-specific card to lump several anticipated expenses into one bundle. The Budapest Card includes all public transportation, free walking tours, free entrance to several museums, free entrance to one of the most popular baths (see more about the baths below), ...
... Bridge, never wanting to confuse anyone of course), and up the hill to the the Grand Palace of Budapest and the Cathedral of Mathias. We had happened upon a flyer that mentioned that there was a labyrinth under the palace where they held Dracula captive (the historical count that the vampire myth was born from), so naturally that was the first site of interest for us. We walked down into the grim and dingy tunnels and attempted to understand the stories and history ...