Europa Hotels & Congress Center
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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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After lunch we walked over the chain bridge to the Buda side and saw our first funicular! We took the funicular up to Castle Hill which had amazing views of Pest. We strolled around the grounds of the Royal Palace and then our way back down the funicular and walked along side the Danube River then back to our Suite.
In the evening we went out to dinner at a restaurant nearby but called it a night after that as we were exhausted. My back was still giving ...
... pizza. Thought of home a couple of times on the walk.
1. Saw about 12 young men peddling on a wooden wagon type thing that had a huge keg of beer upfront and looked like they were sitting at a bar but they were peddling at the same time down the Main Street, singing and drinking (bucks day?) so naturally we thought of Greg.
2. Turned a corner into the eating strip and there was an establishment called "Hooters" so of course ...
We got into Frankfurt on schedule, and passed through passport control with a surly, young German who didn't speak a word - in any language. Then we had the pleasure of a hike halfway across Germany as I'm sure our departure gate had to be at the extreme opposite end of the huge Frankfurt airport from our arrival gate. We made it with time to spare, and then we were bussed around on the air-side back almost to where we started our hike to an aircraft sitting in the middle of the apron. ...
... in Budapest is the House of Terror and I recommend this to any history buff or person who wants to see first hand the malice that was exhibited during the communist dictatorial regimes in the 20th century Hungary. It is not only a relic to this time but a memorial to all those victims of the regimes, including those detained, interrogated, tortured and killed in that very building. Over 10,000 people entered that building and upon ...
... the last recommended place named Klassz which was only a short walk from home. We went bit early as we knew they didn’t take bookings and was relatively small. We were in luck and had a choice of 2 tables even.
Was a great meal of traditional Hungarian cuisine enjoyed with a really nice local red wine. We even tried to squeeze in a dessert which was a good but very bad idea. I went for a local dessert of crepes stuffed with walnut crème ...