Hotel Castle Garden
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... doorway and enter the first small bath maybe 5m x 3m. Probably only 30c. We sat up to our necks in the water and looked up at the domed ceiling tiles in small blue and white mosaics. The walls and the bath tiled in dark brown stone, all very worn by time.
Into the main octagonal pool under the large domed roof. The ceiling is dark brown stone with three concentric circles of small skyights (maybe 10cm in ...
... actually really good, we both had goulash which really warmed us up nicely, we knew we really messed up when we made our way through the market right after our meal. Now Bree and I both were expecting more of a Portland Saturday Market feel to the Christmas Market, full of handmade local items with a very strong Christmas theme…go figure. Instead we found that the main focus of the market was actually the food with a few stands selling what were really kind ...
... This morning I got an email from my friend Jeff who had some great recommendations for me if I did have another day here. I was a bit under the weather myself, so a small adventure in town sounded better than traveling. I stuck around and was really glad I did. I've seen some of the important sights on the Buda side, I've seen many of the sights and buildings on the Pest side (most districts nearest the river). Today I walked along a street called Andrássy Ut. ...
... Bastion, The old palace, Castle hill, Hero Square we were given the afternoon to explore by ourselves.
We clocked a few kilometres walking trying to find thermal baths and ended up on Margaret Island. On the way back we stopped at Parliament and saw the shoe memorial on the edge of the Danube, representing the Jewish people who were made to jump into the Danube by the Nazis.
... for is the greatest poverty.
There is a terrible hunger for love. We all experience that in our lives - the pain, the loneliness. We must have the courage to recognize it. The poor you may have right in your own family. Find them. Love them."
Lets take time to pause, to look up from our days agenda, to notice, to listen, to love.
To permit God to tap us on the heart and gently interrupt us and rearrange our day, that we might demonstrate ...