Gold Hotel Panzio
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... cabin is on the top deck, & has large windows and a small deck. Staff are very professional and attentive......we feel very special. After cocktails in the lounge we had an excellent dinner - 4 courses, then the ship ( they are called river ships - 120m long did a small cruise up the Danube - spectacular city at night, and more beautiful than our first impressions
... was very relaxing and a nice change, despite all the couple making out around us lmao. After we went home to relax for a while then decided it was time to do some laundry! We walked a while to the laundry place and while we were waiting we went the closest bar which was awesome! It was like being in a tropical paradise in the middle of Budapest! We had a few beers while killing time and played some heads up! Day 2: ...
We had a fantastic stay in Budapest, not only because of Chris' family roots but also because the city is just beautiful and there's lots to see and do. I may also mention the fact that the weather has transitioned from cold and rainy to hot and humid and I'm not complaining. We finally have had a few days with no rain jackets! We arrived in the late afternoon on Tuesday and decided to head straight to the thermal bathes at Szechenyi! We weren't sure what to ...
... experience to be in a giant heated pool, in early March, when it is cold outside, with the sun shining, surrounded by hundreds of old Hungarian men and women. It was great to just relax in the warm waters and the steam that came off of it. There are also saunas, whirlpools, and colder baths inside, but it smelled really bad in there so we stuck mainly to the outside. Overall, it was an experience I will never forget.
That evening we headed to the ...
... did not regret that decision as it is still one of my favorite cities, I’ve always felt like Budapest was unfinished business for me. That was no longer the case.
The next morning the first thing on the agenda was acquiring Budapest cards, which like the Salzburg cards before it gave us discounts on tours and access to free public transportation. While the discounts were not as substantial it did get us two free ...