Holiday Inn Budapest-Budaors
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... siblings. There is a lot of noise, most of it happy. When Sam appeared, he was happy and indicated that they had just come from some kind of dancing.
Both boys have found at least one friend, and most of the teachers speak at least a little English. And everyone is very nice to them, so other than Blake being tired and thirsty (he curled up under his blanket in front of one of the heaters as soon as we finished lunch at ...
... having a kitchen to cook in. We met of a guy named Tobi at our hostel. He was from Germany and was a total legend. We had planned to do a pub crawl that night so we asked him if he wanted to join us. We had a great night heading to a few bars and chatting to different people. Budapest is famous for it's ruin bars that are old factories, abandoned school buildings or similar that have since been renovated into funky, alternative bars and we got to visit a couple that ...
... horses strut their stuff, dancing
better than I ever could to classical Austrian tunes. From the city we then visited the mother of all Habsburg extravagance at Schonbrunn Palace. From swamp to hunting ground to lavish royal house, the place is out of this world. Acres and acres of manicured gardens surround the 1000+ room palace complete with separate 4-storey breakfast building and private zoo. A nap on the lawn was required as ...
... an early dinner then take a walk along the waterfront. The restaurant of choice was Bor la Bor, just on the other side of the Elizabeth Bridge. It was a great restaurant- it was down a set of stairs at street level. We were the first ones there and had the restaurant to ourselves. Our waiter was great with wine and food suggestions, all of which were wonderful. We had a leisurely dinner then headed out for a stroll along the waterfront ...
... in one of the countries (I don’t remember which) the main reason they didn’t care about a couple of cents was because a couple of cents are nothing – they can’t actually buy you anything. Sometimes I will get back less change than I should exactly receive because they don’t want to give me pennies, which is fine with me. In the US, we are extremely exact and precise with our counts – if you owe 71 cents, you better ...