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- Shuttle bus service
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and sipped on this as I circumnavigated the old town. I found a lift in the middle of the battlements, and intrigued took it for a spin. It took me down to street level at the bottom of the walls. Continuing clockwise around the fortifications I came to the Vienna Gate, the arch I walked through earlier this afternoon to get to Mammut.
Asked the concierge for a restaurant recommendation for dinner and he suggested Pest-Buda which is about a two minute walk from the ...
... a more laid back crowd to those that frequented the outdoor swimming pools. One of the traditions of the two pools, one which is 28 degrees and the other 38 degrees is the groups of older man clustered in corners playing chess in the water, the board conveniently elevated millimetres above the surface. The colour of these men’s backs told of the many hours they’d spent duelling in the sun, ranging from deep pinks and bruised reds to the darkest of mahogany browns. ...
... and for my friends' stories. I knew they would be fine because they were people who got on with life and dealt with whatever problems that came their way. I was truly glad to have become friends with these 2 special women, who would stay in my life long after this trip.
About Budapest: Budapest was mystically beautiful, like a beauty behind a veil. It's landmark buildings were architectural gems with a Gothic style which was different from Vienna. ...
... to go 'outside, to the right and go in the first door on the left across the street'. He spoke in english (I bought my ticket on-line, so it was printed in english), but I was so surprised and embarrassed that I just left without asking any other questions. I thought he was telling me I was in the wrong building! Looking around there were no signs for the ballet at all. So I went outside and walked around looking for another ...
... Hemingway’s just a couple doors down from our hotel so we thought we would give that a try before dinner. The reviews mentioned that the place was so busy that reservations were an absolute must but we foolishly thought that might just be when the weather is nice or something, and boy were we wrong. We were considered the “lucky” ones because they allowed us to stand inside the doors and wait for a table so while we waited we had the chance to ...