- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
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... sidewalk that goes all the way by the river, under all the bridges. We got a really great view of Buda walking along the path. We walked past lots of river boats and cruise tours. We decided to take a boat tour. The boat is equipped with a bar so we enjoyed a beer and a hotdog on our tour. We got a cool view of the Budapest Palace on the Buda side, it is now home to the President ...
... languages and so talked about that a lot while I slept! I didn't realise how tired I was until I got in that car. We drove through Austria which was stunning. A 6 hour journey and we finally got to Budapest and I checked into my hostel. It was a hole and I was here for 5 nights :s. Well at least it was a bed and warm which is more then I have had for the last 8 nights. I ended up going straight to sleep and had my first really good nights ...
... misbehave? I ask myself these questions during our train ride, but the conversation with Fruzsi distracts me a little.
Among other things, we discuss our cooperation for the next days. I want to know everything and everyone in their local committee and so we talk about their social projects, the Hungarian culture and the current interns abroad in Budapest. She also told me that tomorrow I will meet her whole ...
... the Heroes square includes the Museum of Fine Arts which showcases more than 100 000 art pieces. After which we journeyed to the St. Stephen's Basilica, one of the larger churches in Hungary.
The Danube River runs through the capital city, with a total of 8 bridges in connecting Buda and Pest together, which combined makes Budapest. On the Buda side of Hungary's ...
... bus ride and we were at the palace - originally built in the 12th century then totally burnt out some centuries later, and obviously rebuilt over the years. We spent a couple of hours here, taking in the many different orders of architecture, including one monstrosity 'The Hilton' totally incongruous in the midst of such ancient buildings. It must all depend who is on the city council and who your friends are. Bit like our Grand Chancellor on the waterfront in Hobart. The ...