Hotel Castle Garden
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shopping streets in Budapest, and is also home to some of the city's oldest and famous restaurants. It was fascinating to see the variety of stores and the different eateries,
We returned to book into our room at 2pm. Our room is on the 2nd floor with lovely views out to the chain bridge, the Danube River and the Castle.
Tomorrow we plan to revisit Castle Hill and have booked an adult massage package at the Szechenyi ...
... Found Blake reading his book in the classroom. His class was just breaking for lunch, and apparently he had finished early (he also thought that we were coming at noon and so was a little mad with us). The current teacher (they keep moving between teachers all day) remained to indicate that he was a good boy, though she spoke quietly so neither Laura or I are quite sure. Blake also complained that we had not packed a drink with his ...
... you can change the colours (red, blue, black).
2) I walk around to try to find my hostel and wham it appears in front of me.
One not so cool thing is when the controllors in the tram do not believe me that I bought the ticket for the tram that morning. The thought I had re-used it. You have to sign on the ticket with the date and I started in blue before correcting it with black as the lady from which I bought it ...
In the afternoon we took a taxi to the Great Market Hall which was built in 1897 and is the largest and oldest indoor market in Hungary. Afterwards, we walked the famous pedestrian shopping street Váci utca on the Pest side of the Liberty bridge at Fővám square.
In the evening we went on a 3-hour dinner cruise on the Danube River. We enjoyed a hot buffet dinner ...
... did then get seen fairly quickly, and got a ticket for the 3.25pm train. So, we ate our packed lunch at the train station, and passed the time.
Eventually we boarded the busy train (and somehow ended up in one of the few non-air conditioned carriages, where you are also forbidden to open the windows) and set off for Bratislava.
I will leave it to Mr H to tell you all about it in our next blog.
Lots of love,
Lyndsey and Martin