Hotel Castle Garden
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I took at the beginning of the trip, purely because I was excited to see snow covered land, there was only really one part of the journey that I found overly picturesque. That was in Orsova, Romania. The tracks ran along the Danube river and surrounded by mountains. We rolled through this area rather slowly, which was nice, and there was a cute little town on the other side of the mountains. So, other than the half hour to an hour of lovely landscapes, the trip was ...
... piece of architecture, stretching 268 metres and housing 691 rooms. We were not impressed by the city during the day so headed back to the hotel for a swim, sauna and spa in the luxurious Royal Spa of our hotel before our 3 course fine dining experience and a look in the Grand Ballroom. It was a very nice end to our stay in Budapest.
Off to Vienna tomorrow (and when you read this Jenny, I shall be having that coffee we discussed).
Until then it is Gute Nacht from ...
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Goulash in Hungary is like a beef stew with potatoes. This goulash was free with the coupon from the Sightseeing tour (the other Hop On Hop Off bus). It was pretty good.
This the tourist special from a restaurant near Vasi Street - roast chicken and dumplings which comes ...
... muffins, and orange juice at Tescos. Then had a meal at the restaurant in the station as they also accepted Visa. I had ground veal in a pancake with paprika sauce and Bryan had chicken kiev. Not bad but not brilliant. Finished our waiting in the Business Lounge - the platform came up on the screen in there before it did in the station proper. The girl who'd greeted us was still there. A long day for her.
Had to walk the ...
... tour of Buda, Pest, and Old Buda, the three parts that came together as what is now Budapest. It's quite a spread out city, but has some of the most amazing views I've seen.
We we had a free afternoon, and it was beautiful and sunny out, so we found a cafe where we could eat outside and did some people watching for a bit. Then we cruised around the pedestrian only area of the city, trying kurtoskalacs on our way. They're a twirly Hungarian pastry cooked on ...