Hotel Castle Garden
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... increasing since the mid-1990-ies you can still get more for your money than in the majority of Western European cities, especially with the Hungarian forint being so weak.
4. Wide Variety of Good-Value Accommodation - There are many hotels and other types of accommodation in Budapest offering lodging to every taste and budget. You can sleep in a lavish palace hotel like the New York Palace Boscolo Hotel, the Four Seasons Gresham Palace, or in a contemporary ...
... afternoon on Monday 26th, after a relaxing drive from
Gyor, we stopped in a Tesco along the way and got talking to some guy
who spoke little English but all we could make out was he had a 1966
Van and loved ours....May 27th – Tom's Birthday, Sarah didn't feel too great during the day so Tom went out for a Cycle around Budapest and up Gillert Hill, this was mainly to come down again but the views from ...
... to Schonnbrunn Palace the summer residence of the Hapsburgs. It eventually became their main residence. It’s a magnificent building, painted in pale yellow, Empress Maria-Theresa’s favourite colour. Our ticket included a tour of 40 of the 1 400 rooms in the palace, a visit to the Privy Gardens and the Gloriette at the top of the grounds which provided wonderful views of the palace, grounds and beyond to Vienna, and a strudel ...
... soup for all people of all degrees of sobriety. The interior of the restaurant was fish themed, with an upside down fishing boat hung from the ceiling, fishing nets draped across the walls and ceiling, and a mural on the back wall. Zoltan stated that this kind of food paired well with schnapps, so we ordered another glass to have with our late lunch. It was a great accompaniment to the soup and helped me warm up after being out in the cold for the ...
... last 2 tables had even recieved our food! We were tired - in my case WAAAAAAAAY over tired - grumpy and hungry. On another note I tried goose mmMmmmm! and a hungarian knodel which is a type of dumpling. Again Yummmmy!!
The next day I met up with Rachael, Becks and Samuel and met another fellow Kiwi from even closer to home - Steven Marshall!!!! Who woulda thought! So had a mango chai latte (delicious) then saw the YWAM (Youth With A Mission) base where they are all ...