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- Shuttle bus service
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... quite lovely and for once it really was nice to relax. Despite the fact I’ve been on holiday this last month, our trip really has been non-stop and I couldn’t remember the last time I had sat down and done absolutely nothing. But the ‘relaxing room’ as luxurious and modern as it was (even with hammocks no less) and away from the masses in the outdoor pools and thermal baths was a bit too warm and although perfectly pleasant, the herbal tea and fruit and ...
... named Jordan. Friday night we met up with about 10 other surfers and went out to have drinks. This is when i learned that 'have a few drinks' is Hungarian for staying out until 4am. It was a battle just to stay awake. Saturday Jordan and I walked to the city center and joined a three hour free walking tour. The guide was an enthusiastic young Hungarian woman who was hilarious. She also taught us how to pronounce the name of the city. Both ...
Saturday we woke to a leisurely morning, knowing that we had activities planned for the day. It was of course raining, which did not bode well for the planned evening activities of Sam attending Jakob's birthday party, and then everyone joining the party to ice skate in the evening (since the rain made the first trip to the rink rather miserable). Laura cooked breakfast, the boys played together with Lego's spreading far and wide in the living room.
... the city and while we didn’t get to check off some of the major “must-see” items, we still really enjoyed the city and wish we would have allotted a bit more time there. The architecture, just like Prague, is absolutely beautiful and the people were wonderful as well.
The next morning before heading to the airport we finally brought our packing tape saga to a close, but not without one more amusing event. After packing the box and arriving ...
... an iimpressive town square. Our lunch of Hungarian Goulash was filling and tasty. Our group took every seat in the tiny restaurant. We strolled through the town under ominous skies, taking shelter in the Church of St. Stephen when the rain began in earnest. Once back in the bus, we finished our journey, arriving in Budapest around 5.
Our evening walk was a ...