Old City Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... by Esztergom, which has a large basilica. I went there several years ago with my mom and there was a terrible wind storm blowing us around- we could barely stand and got so cold! Then we were over the border into Slovakia- you could see the difference in the condition of the houses and buildings, very run down. It seems that Slovakia was hit harder than Hungary by the economic problems after the fall of Communism and the economic downturn. The train ride took about 2 1/2 hours ...
... long they feel they are an expert and in a position to give you informed advice. I find these people extremely annoying, because they speak to you in a way as if you should take their advice as gospel and should change your plans based on their advice. I met another guy who was like this in Lyon, he works for Interpol there, and I found him so uninterested that his name escapes me... Anyway, like I mean, traveling, for me, is really about the freedom to do what I want. It's good to ...
... noon, we drove straight to a traditional Hungarian restaurant in the more modern and flat Pest side for a lunch with beer, beef broth soup with an odd dumpling and diced carrots (very good), a beef & mushroom dish in a rich gravy and fried potatoes about the size of our hush puppies, and a cold strawberry strudel filled with whipped creamy pudding like stuff and a flaky crust, and a shot of Turkish coffee. It was tasty, but we were ...
... to ignore the view point. Instead we retreated to the warm and inviting temperatures of the shopping mall for some comfy seats within the food mall.
After heading home, Tom took on some packing tips via youtube and we packed up our belongings and headed to bed.
After finally catching a form of transport at a reasonable hour and price we quickly found that the bus wasn't actually at the spot we had expected it to be. After some quick directions we ...
Had a big sleep- in until 11. We were able to leave the bags at the hostel for the day so we walked down to the metro station and had breakfast (withe the usual hot chocolate and pastries).
and organised the tickets to Krakow. Next stop - supermarket - to stop up on lunch supplies, then to the famous Szechenyi baths.
The baths were a great surprise after all the horror stories we read on the blogs. Actually the staff were very helpful and there were ...