Hotel Castle Garden
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... entrance fee, we walked around the tree, which I found to be very pretty. Mr H was less impressed, particularly when we discovered that we could have looked at the tree through the fence around the back of the Synagogue, without paying the entrance fee, had we just walked a bit further! After this, we head home and had a couple of hours rest. The rest was needed, since I had a big night on the town planned for our last night in Budapest, much to Mr H's ...
... the top floor and you work your way down. The elevator takes you from floor 1 (Remember, in Europe the ground floor is 0 not 1) to the basement. A somber movie appears as the elevator descends at the slowest pace imaginable! The walls of the elevator were actually windows allowing you to see just the black abyss to accompany the short film. I was feeling a little claustrophobic by the end, especially because the movie itself isn't meant to make ...
... Retaliation from the Soviet Union: thousands of Hungarians died at the hands of Soviet troops and tanks. Some were arrested, executed and thousands fled to Austria.
Walked through the market this afternoon and visited St Stephen's Basilica. Beautiful domed ceiling. The mummified forearm of St Stephen is displayed...hmm...
Fun fact for my cyclist buddies: The city of Budapest just passed a zero alcohol tolerance for cyclists as well as drivers! On ...
Today I wandered through Budapest, seeing more sites up close. The most interesting stop was the Great Synagogue. It was built between 1855 - 1859, in the Moorish revival style. It's absolutely beautiful, the second largest Synagogue in the world. There is a Jewish museum on the site, along with great archival films from different periods of history in the Jewish quarter of town. The most interesting film was from around 1920, showing a very snowy winter in Budapest. I love to ...
... and the rest of us kept shopping. We ended up coming back to the hotel late and had to frantically pack up all of our things to go to the airport. We had to catch two subways and a special air train to get to the airport. We checked our bags in and went through security while admiring this huge painting on the wall. We had some Starbucks before boarding the plane to Berlin around six pm. It was a seven and a ...