Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
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... to the parliament building - very impressive, and the second largest Parliament House in the world after the Palace of Westminster in London. Walked back over the Chain Bridge - great views from the centre of the bridge of Matthias Church, the Hilton and Fisherman's Bastion on the Buda side and Parliament Building on the other. Caught the funicular back up the hill and headed back to the hotel to wait for my tour.
I was expecting to be picked up by a bus but they sent a ...
... Hungary’s most grandiose church, St Stephens. Its steeples soar in the skyline and it’s visible from virtually every point in the city. It holds the mummified right hand of King Stephen, Hungary’s first monarch – which is said to perform miracles. The Opera House was built in the 1880's with money from Emperor Franz Joseph,with the condition it could not be bigger than the one in Vienna. It has ...
... my body had given up trying to regulate its temperature. An afternoon siesta in a darkened room with the ceiling fan full pelt was enough to keep our spirits up for a late evening meal of delicious platters and wine at a lovely deli cum high end restaurant a few blocks away from our hostel.
Budapest had far exceeded my expectations and as much as a hindrance as the heat had been, it had provided the opportunity to sit outside every evening in balmy reverie to enjoy ...
... Buda and Pest together. Which made Budapest.
On that day we say that there was a boat ride down the river. We walked around the town again and for dinner we went to a bar/restaurant.
We went to a really big park. Can you guess what we did first? PLAYGROUND BUDDY!
It was so fun. We were eating and ducks and birds came over. They were annoying.
Today is April fools day.
As soon as I wake ...
... served them so we went in. My eggs were delicious but the serving was small. I also ordered Rooibos tea, which is made from an African berry. It wasn't anything to write home about. Pudd, strangely, ordered fruit salad. He didn't like it as it was full of berries (have I mentioned how fussy that one is) but he ate it anyway. He ordered it as he's trying to keep off the gluten for a while as he's getting too bloated. At breakfast, I was reading about a parliament building tour. I ...