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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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To start with before leaving Vienna we walked through the Nashmarket, which happened to be on our doorstep. Lots of flavours coming from the east, but considering where we are heading there we didn't indulge. The drizzly rain and Mr sore throat sent us on our way to the train station for our short (2.5hrs) trip to Budapest Hungary. Well you can really feel that we are back in an ex-soviet, eastern European country as soon as you leave the ...
... to our office mate István, so in case there are any issues we can be assured of being informed:
Szent István Egyetem
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Unfortunately I didn't take notes on what I discovered about taxes and customs when I was ...
... I took at the beginning of the trip, purely because I was excited to see snow covered land, there was only really one part of the journey that I found overly picturesque. That was in Orsova, Romania. The tracks ran along the Danube river and surrounded by mountains. We rolled through this area rather slowly, which was nice, and there was a cute little town on the other side of the mountains. So, other than the half hour to an hour of lovely landscapes, the trip was ...
... Not a wealthy country but the people here are great. Here is a fun fact: Budapest was previously two cities - Buda and Pest. The two halves are separated by a river that runs through the city and I got some great views from the ancient castle on the Buda side.
Right now I 'm in an internet cafe/laundromat waiting for my clothes to finish drying. The plan for this arvo is to get stuck into some traditional Hungarian food and then hit the road to Prague.
... our way through the crowd and made our way to the lookout point that has one of the best views of the city. I took several photos and then we headed up to the Freedom statue at the very top. Along the way were photos on the side of the actual fortress (citadel) dating from around the Second World War showing the city's bridges and buildings bombed out. At the very top of the hill, we reached the Freedom statue, holding her palm branch up to the sky. The statue was originally ...