Danubius Health Spa Resort Helia
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- Minbar in room
- TV Channel One Russia
- High-speed internet in room
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Indoor pool
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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 …
... Danube and admiring the stunning architecture of St Stephen’s Basilica, Parliament and dozens upon dozens of statues which lined the river walk. In fact, I don’t think I have ever been to a city which had so many diverse and unusual statues, which were all unique in their own right. Did you know that Budapest has a statue of Shakespeare? And Ronald Reagan?! Completely baffling but they certainly provided great photo opportunities over the coming ...
Blake's teacher indicated last week that they would be starting a new unit this week on 'geometry' (yeah! no more Kalevala!). The class would be taking lot's of walks to explore the local landscape and maybe we could join them. We realized yesterday morning that he never got back to us with when we should come, but Blake told us that they did go on a walk on Monday. So today I just waited for the teacher and asked if they were walking today. ...
... 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 ...
... there was a wall with all the photos of the survivors of the interrogations and some of them are still alive. After the museum we were all a bit upset and shocked so we walked and chatted about it for a while until we reached Heroes Square. The square we saw the Millennium Monument and Monument of National Heroes both of which were very impressive. Lunch was at a wee cafe where I had yummy stir fried veges and paprika chicken, Simon had the traditional paprika ...