Danubius Health Spa Resort Helia
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Indoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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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 …
... which was a bit much for the boys, and then we were interrupted by Eniko and David who came to bring us a few things. A bottle of another Hungarian specialty, David said it is much better than the Palinka - I guess he was not as interested in Eniko's dad's liquor stash as she is. (And just to clarify, my hour away from the house involved a tour of the liquor collection in the basement, watching the workmen with cigarettes dangling from their mouths checking out ...
... arriving at my hostel I struck up a conversation with an Australian who has been backing his way through Europe over the winter. He's been in Budapest for a week now and was giving me tips on where to go and what to see.
I accompanied him to lunch at his favourite spot beside out hotel. It was a chain shop as I later realised, but still very good food. He looked a bit like David Wenham.
This afternoon I headed to St ...
... popular ones are Szimpla, which has a courtyard filled with coloured lights, Fogoshaz, which has a tree growing right through the middle of it, and Instant, a club/bar with more than 25 different rooms all decorated with an eccentric style. Instant is open until 6:30am every night of the week! Overall, Budapest was a great city to stay for so long, and I would have happily stayed longer except I wanted to see a couple more places before heading home to the Great White North ...
... was good we had a local guide named Fanny! That was her name! We wandered through the streets of Budapest seeing the St Stevens cathedral, the Jolly fat police officer whom if a woman rubs his belly he grants her with fertile ground for pregnancy. We slugged it out in the rain, the worst part is knowing we had ponchos up in our room we just completely forgot to bring them. The little Brolly was doing its best to cover both me and briony but there is only ...