Europa Hotels & Congress Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... the airline forcing them into a low-cost branch of the company, along with low-wages, too. Since we're airline people, we totally sympathize. But did they have to pick THIS WEEK???!!! We are still, today, in the process of sorting everything out. It's for sure that our flight is canceled from Budapest to Paris. We are still confirmed from Paris to Pittsburgh, but we have to get to Paris for the 1 PM flight. What the ...
... have them) move very quickly and they are scary to step onto! They are also incredibly steep and long! You are afraid to even move or else you may lean too far backwards and go tumbling down three stories! And getting on and off before the metro doors close can also be a bit challenging. But today I realized how far they've both come! They are pros at taking the metro now. Grandpa especially has taken a real interest in knowing where we're going and how I know which line to take ...
... Rang Daniel again and said still no cab. 7.01am two cabs turn up.
For us time was of the essence. For the Hungarian cabbie who spoke not a smattering of English, essence wasn’t in his vocabulary as he calmly put down the two back seats to try and accommodate our bags, then moved his own grocery shopping bags which included toilet paper, then slowly picked up our bags and gently arranged them in the back. ...
... trip!" Having taken our cue from where to stay in Prague we booked two nights in an Ibis in central Buda because it was central and had secure indoor parking on-site. Drive in, park and not worry till we drive out to the next destination. Beauty. However, we actually drove into the underground car park of the wrong Ibis. I had navigated us into central Buda without a hitch, but our GPS in the car had directed us to the wrong Ibis hotel. I know what ...
... bars and pubs. I even found a country bar, owned by a former olympic athlete. Interesting thing: there was absolutely no sign on the building. It looks just like a house, until someone opens the door. We made it back to the hostel for 10pm, as they were starting the pub crawl. I wasn't planning on going, as I didn't really sleep much last night, and was exhausted, but since people were outside, I went with them. I was joined in my non-drinking by Sam, a Torontonian, ...