Golden Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... as it turned out we felt that it was really nothing more than mineral pools, hot tubs, sauna, and cold plunge. The water at these thermal spas is said to have healing properties and Chris was told you can even drink it! This particular bath house had a Vegas feel to it- big outdoor pools, lots of people but with the added touch of old roman style statues- Chris' favorite was the nude woman with the goose suckling her breast. Some other highlights to our stay ...
... really feeling vegetable deprivation.
So we were back on board around 3.30pm leaving a small rest time before our tour of the city of Bratislava. I have to temper my comments here - my impressions probably influenced by a state of tiredness, relief at Mark's camera being found, or possibly just that the city is charmless, industrial, soviet-influenced, poorly ...
... night. We discover to our dismay that the previous nights heat was a one time thing and today and in fact all the days to come are back in the semi chilly category and in fact crossing the chain bridge to Buda was borderline freezing with the wind ripping down the river. We spend most of the day on the Buda side visiting Buda Castle, the Palace and a multi coloured church. We cross back over the river and walk along it to the central markets. Markets are one of ...
... realise but it is actually split in two parts, on one side of the river is Buda which is the Hilly side and then the other side which is the central city and were we were staying is called Pest. Zoltan was great because he didn’t go on too much about history etc he talked to us more about the real Budapest, what to eat what to drink, the best baths to go to and also one handy tip was that when paying for drinks etc at a bar or restaurant never say thank you when ...
... so we had to go back and get a correctly dated one. Wouldn't want to argue with a ticket inspector over it, or have to grease a palm about it. We then took a tram and then a bus to reach the park. When the Cold War ended the new government in Hungary and Budapest were faced with a 40 year accumulation of communist statuary around the city. They decided, partly for history, and mostly to get these things out of their sight, to create a park and ...