Gerloczy Rooms de Lux
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- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... with awesome glassy sculptures and so many doilies
that any grandparent would be in heaven. After the traumatic experience we
settle on getting some food and a slight walk home to the hostel to just hang
loose and relax in the arvo. We had planned to climb up the hill to the liberty
statue but we quickly abandoned that thought. When we checked back in and dumped
our stuff back on the ground, Briony who wasn’t feeling well had a sleep on the
top bunk. ...
... pancake” that was served with cabbage, paprika, and chicken ragout. It was quite nice. We went back to the hostel right after dinner to do laundry. There was a long wait to do laundry because the dryer takes a bit longer than a typical one. There was some misunderstanding about the pricing of the laundry and we were short a few hundred HUF. The hostel was nice enough to let it go since we had a train to catch early in the morning and ...
... the Bible College, Stephen Michalik. On this visit specifically, I started to notice how everywhere In Budapest, the incredible art and architecture was contrasted and marred by the post-communist regime complexes. The realities of communism are still very fresh in the minds of many Hungarians. Until my travels, I had never observed what communism looked like on a practical level. Rows upon rows of housing complexes built exactly the same with no attention to detail ...
... the shopping district. I have been on a quest for a sweater since Istanbul. Just a simple, warm option to what I packed back in August. So what better thing to do than visit the shopping district? Wrong! Souvenir shops line the pedestrian walkway with only a few clothing shops squeezed in and most of these are high end over priced options. Still it is fun to poke around in shops to see what's there. Besides, if you follow the street and take ...