Ibis Budapest Heroes Square
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... bath house and relaxed for a few hours, and on our last day tried some traditional street food a pastry deep fried and then topped with garlic, sour cream and cheese called Langos and a dessert pastry in a chimney shape with cinnamon and sugar called Kurtoskalac. An amazing time in Budapest and we both would definitely recommend a visit to this beautiful city (or two cities). We will be putting it on a future itinerary! Off to Athens ...
... show the boys around the yard and give them the Hungarian names for things - rock, ice, stick, apricot tree, apple tree. She even went inside and kicked Emily back outside so the boys could play with her. (Emily is old, and clearly didn’t know why her nap was being disturbed.) Sam was trying, but Blake was pretty much ignoring Gabbi. So she said something about boys and football, and then said “5 minutes”, she then came back out and was ...
... if any buses went to the cave. In order to make sure I didn't get left behind, I left over a half hour to get there. Haha.
I started out properly, taking the metro to the S(NAME) station and then getting on the 65 bus. However, when the bus turned off the road I needed, I got off the bus as I didn't have time to wander and this area of town wasn't on any of my maps.
Instead, I started hiking up the hill. And it is quite a hill. Had I not taken ...
My last meal in Vienna was a delicious Schnitzel sandwich before boarding the train to go to Budapest. The train was about 3 hours long and there were some free seats and some reserved seats. There is no signage or indication of which seats are free or reserved. So it seemed to be a hit or miss system. We were kicked out of the seats we initially took because they were reserved. I saw a couple other people having to move as ...
... to the restaurant we had visited a day or two before. With hours to kill before bed we tried at least half the menu, and Chelsea experienced her very first wine tasting. The service was fantastic and we had a lot of fun interacting with people in the restaurant. We rolled out of there like balls of sausage and crossed the bridge for the last time. Each end is decorated with huge sculptures of lions. Everywhere we have been in Budapest ...