- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
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... impressive sights were the cathedral and the ornately sculptured Fisherman's Bastion. Shaylee also got to see a couple of massive Falcons that just made here morning, from the castle it was back to the river for a couple of shots of the Parliament by day before once again hopping the underground up to a must see recommendation from Istvan which is the House of Terror museum.
This building was the headquarters for 3 generations of atrocities from the Arrow Cross through ...
... of bought the right tickets but didn't see a ticket inspector for either journey. The baths were lovely. Not the ones I had wanted to go to but still really good. There was a huge selection of different temperature pools and saunas (including a whirlpool in one of the pools). Had fun sweating it out in the 80-100 degree sauna (I kid you not!!) before diving into the 16 degree plunge pool (sounds warm but is definitely not!!). We were the last ones in our group to leave - and ...
... Singapore Transit hotel. We were met at Budapest by the delightful Anna-Maria, who is our guide for the tour. Very warm here, in stark contrast to home. Six of us were on the same flight and we were bus transferred to the Continental Hotel Zara. The hotel is lovely and walking distances to all the major attractions. We had a walk around by ourselves this afternoon in an effort to get into European time and do some discovery. Beautiful old buildings and a ...
... using the old buildings in a renovated state.
Going from Poland to Croatia we could go through Hungary or Austria. In Hungary we know of a Dutch farmer who has a cropping farm there. On the Saturday we arranged a visit for the Monday which gives us a spare day. Budapest is going to be a little D tour but Maegen has heard good things about it so we go on our way to Budapest. Wow, what a city that is. It is a beautiful spring day when we drive through a ...
... public transport. So the hotel called one up for us and within 30 minutes we were at the airport. I suppose it was too much to ask for it to be this easy. This driver made a big fuss about taking a credit card. (Again!!) But eventually did. The whole time the car was being circled by several policemen. Who, as soon as we got out, pulled the car over. Don't know why!! I just don't get on with taxis! Our 6pm flight was slightly delayed, but still landed early. Back in chilly ...