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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Hauptbahnhof, I sort of figured out how to get up to the main platform (good thing I arrived early; it can be a little daunting) and made my way to the OBB FirstClass Lounge for a... wait for it... cappuccino... in an air conditioned lounge to wait for my train. The lounge attendant assured me that I only needed 5 minutes to reach the platform from there, so lounge I did. Lovely. It was pretty exciting getting on an international train for Budapest. I was sitting in a First ...
... along its banks, not to mention the historic bridges that span it.
We cruised in early yesterday morning together with a delightfully colored sunrise and as we came into Budapest itself, we were stunned by its beauty. Once two separate cities, significant contrasts are evident when comparing the left and right banks of the river.
The Buda side is steep, hilly with imposing ...
... warned us that it was coming up when we met with him last week and said that if the dressing up would bother Blake he didn't have to come. I figured of course he will want to participate. Well apparently Akos Bacci understands Blake better than I at times, because Blake was not at all interested in dressing up at first and actually mentioned a few times over the last week and a half that he just didn't want to go. ISam is the one who saved the ...
... bringing together of the tribes into a single kingdom in 1000 AD; the conquest of the region by the Huns (who returned home for the selection of a new Attila after a year); the occupation by the Ottman Turks for 150 years starting in the mid-1500s; the 400+ year occupation by the Holy Roman Empire and the Hapsburg family; That awful treaty that ended World War I (Treaty of Trianon, this actually came up repeatedly over the three days, since Hungary lost almost half of ...
... First on our list of things to do in Budapest was laundry! Despite the front desk lady telling us there are no self service laundry facilities in the city, Phil found an awesome little shop called Bubbles (although it was pretty far away). We spent $3.80 doing one load of nearly all of the clothes we brought with us. Our hotel would have charged $4 for just a t-shirt! :O Perhaps they just planned to go out and buy another shirt rather than clean the dirty one I have. ...