- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the killing of Jews. Being a nice day and after getting enough pedometer steps clocked we plonk our weary selves down at a restaurant by St Stevens church for cocktails and nibbles. I have a platter with cheeses, goose fat, cottage cheese dip and Hungarian sausage whilst the others have Hungarian Langos (deep fried dough with fillings on top).
The evening brings a delicious meal at Koleves and a ...
... of Hungarian.
Dropping the boys off by 8am, means that Laura and I tend to get to the Egyetem before the crowds (at least now when we are in the midst of the exam period). There are always small groups of well dressed young men and women in the halls preparing to head in for their exams, or waiting for a professor to post results, but otherwise the place is pretty quiet. Before our officemate, Istvan, gets in from his home in Budapest we have an opportunity ...
... hostel was going to the Szechenyi baths. It's a huge thermal spa, with three outdoor pools, tons of indoor pools, saunas, etc, all at different temperatures. We were there maybe 5 hours and easily could have stayed longer. It was so warm in the outdoor bath and being there at night you can float on your back and look up at the stars, with the steam coming off the water...I almost fell asleep it was so relaxing! The spa is in City Park which also had a Christmas ...
... was with us was loving it, said it felt like home. We all tried
some drinks and took some cool photos. Our glasses were made of ice and the
furniture and the walls were all made of ice. We spent about half an hour in
there but that was enough as frostbite was starting to settle in.
We left and wandered along the street each of us satisfied with heading home.
As we were wandering around the girls wanted to see the massage place where the
... quite different in interior decoration from a Christian Church. We also visited the Jewish Museum housed next door which was a most sobering experience.
Our next goal was the Great Central Market which John has been recommending as a "must see" to friends who go to Budapest. Unfortunately, since his last visit in 2005, his “piece de resistance” – the acres of pickle vendors in the basement – has disappeared, replaced by a branch of ALDI. ...