Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Swimming pool
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After a late night last night having final drinks after the night tour with our friends and then doing 90% of the packing, we got up early to have breakfast and finalize everything. Our taxi was picking us up at 10am to take us to our apartment.
Taxi driver warned us that the area is a popular party area for the young, but it all seems OK.
After arriving at the apartment, we were told the room would be ready ...
... the city. We then walked back towards the river to see some points of interest there but then dark clouds appeared in the sky. Mistakenly assuming the rain would only last a short while like every other "rainy day" we've had so far this trip, the drops started coming down faster and were very big and cold. I mean really cold.. all of a sudden I felt a chunk of hail hit my arm and we ran to the nearest shelter we could find ...
Here we are in Budapest, the last of the big cities on our tour. The sun is shining and it is projected to be warm ( 28 ). We began our tour by taking a tram and then the metro to Heroes Square. The metro is easy to navigate as long as you remember to check the last station on the line to confirm you are heading in the right direction. As with many things in Budapest, this square was built in 1896 to commemorate the 1000th anniversary of the Magyars' arrival. There is a vast ...
... give you free water in plastic water bottles. My mom hates this. One hotel that we stayed in in Moshi, that was very environmentally friendly, did not give water bottles. They boiled and filtered the water so that it was safe to use. The owner did not like wasting all of the plastic. This isn't a big problem in Canada, because our water is safe, but it reminded me that we shouldn't use plastic water bottles.
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... according to the tour leader. After dinner we went to a "dive bar" - a cultural Hungarian outting apparently. It was awesome. It was this huge outdoor area, like a beer garden, but with 9 different bars around the perimeter, retro images of Hungarian history playing and a really relaxed atmosphere. And they had cider - the first time since Switzerland - so I was a happy girl. All in all a lovely night. Off to explore Budapest ...