Holiday Beach Budapest Wellness & Conference Hotel
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... My eyes shot up and she was looking at me and says “You want me
to (insert masturbation motion here)? You pay little more” I replied with a polite no thanks but she was
persistent. “Ohhhhh why not?” I said to
her (this whole conversation in hushed whisper) “My girlfriend is next door no
thanks” she looked at me dumbfounded and replied “Oh she no have to know!” I
just laughed and said no closing my eyes and ...
... of the beautiful architecture (castles,parliament buildings, etc.) are amazing at night...quite breath-taking! The dinner was fantastic, specialty meats, salads, seafood-both hot and cold meals...very good. As usual we ate like piggies.....Gord had a dessert, but I was too full for one.
Gord has a bit of a sore throat. I hope he feels better tomorrow.
... seeing a road sign that indicated the right path. No death toll to report, but it was close! On the plus side all that walking around meant we stumbled upon a group of sisters using the wheeled literature carts to witness at a bus station. We were so excited to see friends and I got a great picture of them with Brittany and Chelsea. Unfortunately they spoke only a few words of English (a common problem we've had here) so we didn't get to talk much. I think what ...
... and Gundel, the city's fanciest restaurant, while we were driving on the Pest side. We crossed the Danube and wound our way up Castle Hill our next stop. Here we explored the medieval streets and buildings including the beautiful neo-Gothic Matthias Church. The views from the Fishermen's Bastion, an elaborate neo-Gothic arcade built on fortification walls were incredible, probably the best for seeing the Parliament Building across the Danube. The streets on Castle ...
... that took us back down to the "touristic" part of town where we ate at a Hungarian Restaurant. Jenna and I tried the suggested suggested lángos, a piece of deep-fried bread with cheese and sour creeam topped. Surprisingly, they were delicious. I think it’s pretty hard to go wrong with fried flat bread and cheese though, but that’s just me. In Hungary they are known for Goulash soup, so of course, Sarah had to try it. After dinner we stopped at
local booth ...