Golden Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... just don’t cut it. Finally got the boys up and were out of the door about 10 minutes to 8, with Sam panicking about the fact that he was going to be late for his first day. Of course we got stuck at the train crossing, we almost always do - there are at times 6 parallel tracks with everything from fast commuter trains to the slow train hauling tankers that we waited for this morning. (It goes an inch per minute by Sam's ...
... The wrong train! We were supposed to be on the train on platform 5C but we were on platform 5. We had waltzed on the train and had a whole cabin for six people to ourselves. I was so happy in there but Dane could sense that it was too good to be true. He stepped off the train to double check and he hurried back on and exclaiming, 'We're on the wrong train!' I thought he was having me on at first but one look in his eyes told me to hustle. We chucked our bags on and rushed ...
... alpine village with an interesting history as it was the choice location the most prominent and devout Nazi’s during the Nazi reign. It is here we ventured to the ‘Eagles Nest’, home to Hitler’s elaborate hill top villa complete with Brass 14 floor elevator, driveway to the door, private mountain pass, bird and deer sanctuary and hotel. Ironically, he suffered vertigo and spent little to no time here but ...
... in downtown Pest after all. I paid him all the rest of my lei so I got rid of my Romanian currency which was nice.
Wandered around Erzebeth Square (where he had dropped me off) and found a tourist office. They had a couple of books, none of which contained hostel listings in Budapest, but once they took care of all the other customers he looked up the hostel for me and showed me on the map where it was – about a twenty minute walk away.
... stairs from crossing under the tracks we saw a second train attach itself to the first train that was supposed to leave earlier. The train that attached itself said Budapest on it but the train that it attached itself to gave a destination on the coast...the exact opposite direction of where we were headed. Super confusing. After confirming with someone who worked on the train, and reading a confusing sign on the door to the train we got on and sat in our little ...