Danubius Health Spa Resort Helia
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Very nice and centrally located. Loved the health spa and the food
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We were both awake very early this morning and ready to face what we knew would be a busy day. We had to have breakfast, move from the Air BnB apartment and be at the new apartment by 0900 to take delivery of the paint. We started of badly as we went looking for an eatery which would be open at 0830, but ran out of time as our delivery people …
... sold mulled wine and other Hungarian treats such as Langos, which is essentially a beaver tale and can be served with sour cream and/or cheese, or some other savoury toppings. Vajhunyad Castle is there as well, which looks like something out of a fairy tale. It's meant to showcase different styles of architecture through the ages. In the Danube between Buda and Pest, there is Margaret Island which has walking/biking/running paths and some cafes, and was wonderful on ...
... my book. They have parties here on Saturday nights which I find a bit strange. The water would be so dirty by the end, especially when the water is so warm! The world is a very small place. Twice I ran into people I had already met a few weeks ago. For all the people travelling in Europe over summer I run into people I've met! Please note that some photos have a story to go with them. Sometimes easier to explain things with the photo rather than here, ...
... former Royal Palace. This palace is situated in what was the former Buda Castle high on a hill with great views east over the Danube river and Pest ( the other half of Buda). Firstly the History Museum; this country has seen its fair share of invasions, firstly the Romans then the Mongols then the Huns then the Magyar (today's inhabitants) then the Turks then the Austrians then WW1 then WW2 then communism and lastly in 1989, democracy!! Lots to ...
... far have beautifully spoken English, not at all like the rough sounding German accent. We're right next to a huge new shopping complex, the Mamut Centre. And right next to that is a mall lined with restaurants, we both had pasta tonight to build strength for the next 3 days! Well, will probably have a shower, do the washing tomorrow (in a machine!) and crash shortly upstairs in the mezzanine!! Observations: both here and in Vienna, they say "super" and "perfect" a ...