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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Luna Budapest
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... on the ship for briefing and dinner and another early bed time. Our veranda stateroom is at the very back of the ship. Walking to and from gives me lots of Fitbit points. With our initial sightseeing, I've exceeded my 10,000 step goal the last 3 days. The rooms are efficiently designed and compact, but as comfortable as any upscale hotel ...
... having trouble with her door. Turns out she was trying to get into the wrong room! We got our bags right away, and rested. We met in the bar area for a welcome drink and orientation with Artur. He changed up the schedule on us, the welcome dinner will be tomorrow, and the city tour starts at 2:00. So this changes our plans. Plus, he needed five for the trip to happen, and only one was interested. Afterwards, we went for a walk through the city as he ...
... s when it closed and became the world's most ornate warehouse. It was restored to its former glory by the Boscolo group and reopened in 2006. We had planned to do a walking tour of the Jewish quarter early afternoon but it was cancelled so we took the metro to The City Park with Heroes' Square at it's entrance. This commemorates those who fell in the uprising of 1956 against the Soviets. ...
... shopping streets in Budapest, and is also home to some of the city's oldest and famous restaurants. It was fascinating to see the variety of stores and the different eateries,
We returned to book into our room at 2pm. Our room is on the 2nd floor with lovely views out to the chain bridge, the Danube River and the Castle.
Tomorrow we plan to revisit Castle Hill and have booked an adult massage package at the Szechenyi ...
WE FINALLY MADE IT TO BUDAPEST !! After a very long bus ride there we made it there around 10 am. We put our stuff in our rooms in the hostel and then grabbed breakfast before the walking tour! The walking tour was ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL! The guy who gave us the tour was named Aaron and he grew up in Communist Hungary so he was also able to give us a good history of what we were seeing. He brought us across the Danube to the castle at the top of ...