Hotel Castle Garden
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... to look really good by this point.
Finally after 40 mins of searching and becoming more and more edgy we found this funky side street of bars and one that had late night food!! Miracle at this point! Turned out it was right across from our hostel the whole time. The only thing they were serving was a panini cross calzone wrap called a Panida stuffed with chicken, rocket, tomato and cheese...Exactly what we were after. After, straight onto the expensive cocktails...feeling ...
... the size of a pizza (see the photos). Tuesday was our full free day in Hungary so we started the day by going to the House of terror which was the building that was used for the headquarters of both the nazis and the Soviet Union. In 1944 the building was the headquarters for the Hungarian Nazis then between 1945-1956 the building was used as a headquarters and holding prison for the Soviet Union, there was also torture chambers as ...
... of us a gift. She had gone back to the donut shop and made us a donut with chocolate filling and pink icing (strawberry flavored). There was only one left and she wanted to make sure we got to try it. Literally the sweetest and most thoughtful person! I have been blown away by the hospitality on this trip. This was our last night rooming together. September 11th: Really this should be labeled the 10th because none of the Budapest Group really slept because we had to be on a bus ...
... followed a very similar cycle of partying and recovering - but it didn't feel repetitive to us in the least. As our 3 nights came to an end, we all agreed that it felt like we had been in Budapest for weeks, and that the people we spent our days and nights with seemed like old friends. I think the reason they became friends to us in such a short space of time is because we immediately closed the gap of the "unknown". I wanted to encourage the person who found my letter to do ...
... the national art gallery and national history museum. We chose to tour Matyas Church and the art gallery with a bike ride around the rest. The church was started in the 13th century and has been built and rebuilt many times. While we were there we watched restorers working on reprinting the decorations. It looks like they have a job for life! The art gallery was huge, 2 hours and we were worn out and hadn't seen it all. We ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility