Ibis Budapest Heroes Square
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Not far from Zakopane we crossed the border into Slovakia through the High Tatra Mountains. We stopped in the little village of Kezmarok and had a wander around the town centre and bought a SIM card. We were going to have a look at the wooden church which was built without using nails but it was closed on Mondays. It must only be wooden on the inside as the outside looked like white plaster.
Slovakia is very pretty with lots of green ...
... us to a town in Slovakia. What Annette didn't realize was that this town was on the other side of the river and opposite our desired destination.
Twas on the way back home that there was a wee problem. It had been raining and was still raining. On her way down a ramp the front wheel slid out from underneath her resulting in a forward pike over the now much lower handle bars. Ouch! Was helped up by two lovely people and headed back to the hotel.
... caught the metro line 2. Going in the metro was fun and interesting. The escalators run very fast and when going down to the platform it was so steep you it made you giddy looking down. The metro is clean and fast. We got off at Deak Ter because it was after 13:00 and wanted lunch. We had decided to go to a restaurant that a friend had recommended called karma in Liszt Ferenc Ter. We walked to finding our way, this meant walking through the old ...
... of the square is a giant statue featuring the Seven Chieftains of the Magyars as well as the tomb of the unknown solider.
Behind the square is the City Park and currently a giant ice skating rink. Further on there is a castle, and I take the time to wander through here and the gardens beyond. In winter everything takes on a different kind of beautiful. There were frozen ponds, trees missing leaves, and shades of purples and reds. It was really lovely.
... We rushed back on with the porter and the bag had disappeared along with our passports,camera,iPad,iPhone,prescripti on sunglasses,charger and cables and sundry other items. Police report was made and over an hour later we left the station and made it to our hotel. It has not made our stay very pleasant. We replaced an iPad charger and managed to get Mary's iPad upgraded for no charge! We contacted Foreign affairs in Canberra to report our passports stolen and ...