Holiday Beach Budapest Wellness & Conference Hotel
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... Juices, both fresh and squeeze your own, cereal and yoghurt, fresh fruit, pastries and bread rolls. There was also a prepared muscle and vanilla rice. The rice was as good as mum makes - it will make its way onto,the plate again tomorrow morning!
The main dishes were baked beans, scrambled, boiled and fried eggs, French toast, pancakes, bacon and a few others. I tried a little of most without overindulging. Remember the word is restraint. ...
... nice if they spoke another language or if they were foreign and their English was a bit bad, that would be cute
PAPA'S IDEAL MAN: Ok, Well, I would say Clean shaved, no stubble. I don't agree with ear percings, unless they are tasteful, which is never. I like short smooth hair. I do like curly hair but it has to be a certain length and not greacy. I don't like spots or horrid skin. It Has to be smooth and clear! Clothes? well, the have to ...
... and disruptive). So, I picked the boys up at school and switched overnight bags three times, before finally rushing to catch my train. Istvan met me at the train station - I needed to drop our documents off in Budapest for official translation and he had volunteered to go home a little early to accompany me. (This is still in order to get a residence permit, a process which has become a nightmare, Keith will have to blog ...
... was with us was loving it, said it felt like home. We all tried
some drinks and took some cool photos. Our glasses were made of ice and the
furniture and the walls were all made of ice. We spent about half an hour in
there but that was enough as frostbite was starting to settle in.
We left and wandered along the street each of us satisfied with heading home.
As we were wandering around the girls wanted to see the massage place where the
... palace cafe, then started out to catch our train back into town. As we were leaving the palace, we saw the train leave, so we had 1/2 hour to kill. We wandered through the little town, into a cute town square complete with fountains, a church and town hall. We meandered past the local market and past a pub selling beer and langos (fried bread), which I resisted, then past another cute fountain back to the ticket office. After purchasing our return ticket, we only ...