Hotel Castle Garden
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... It is cool in ways Berlin didn't quite achieve (or I didn't yet find). It hides it's past, but embraces it at the same time. It has left me thinking more about politics and the importance for inner, interpersonal and global peace, but by creating a fire in my belly rather than a haze over my eyes like with Venice. I feel, if I can maintain it, that this Europe trip will change me. May the influences from the watery swells from Venice and the Danube make me a better ...
... of the night! On Monday, Stretch and I decided to go to Tesco and split a bottle of vodka for Monday night Open Mic Night. It was a night full of some amazing talent - people singing, playing instruments and doing some very funny things. I went home to Grandio before Niamh did which didn't go to plan. She was supposed to be going home with one of the girls from Grandio but ended up going home by herself in a mafia cab and got a fair bit of money stolen off her. Open Mic was a ...
We woke up this morning had breakfast and were ready to go off on a tour of Budapest by 9am There were 4 coaches ready to take us on our different tours.I opted for the tour of Budapest. We were taken to a a beautiful Catholic Church then left to walk back to the bus through a street with a lot of little shops where they has had some lovely embroidered clothing and and table clothes.Back on the bus and for a tour around Buda then the ...
... and nearly 800 years old, so obviously there is a lot of history to take in. Overall it reminded me of my favorite cathedral in Paris: St. Chapelle. Every square inch of the walls and ceilings are covered with something intricate and beautiful. Running out of time, we walked down the steps and over the bridge to the hostel, our feet barely lifting off the ground as we laboriously placed one in front of the other. Quick showers perked us up a little (we felt ...
... buildings. The best laugh of the evening was a man from a local shop offering samples. We are obviously tourists so we were immediate targets. He was saying here try some (what sounded like candy). Keith, the unfortunate object of his attentions said…no thanks, we just ate. Well, apparent what he was being offered was a sample of soap. Good thing he didn't eat it!!! We had a ...