- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... Dracula, who was supposed to have murdered hundreds of young women in the 16th century. Regardless of the link, it was a great castle to visit and it showed the kids how vastly different castles can be, especially since they had seen luxurious Peles Castle the day before.
After leaving Bran, we made our way to a town near the Romanian-Hungarian border named Cluj-Napoca. This was merely a stopping point in order to get closer to Budapest ...
After no sleep (which meant contacting friends from back home at 04.30 in the morning!), no dinner last night and arriving at our hotel at 02.00, we decided that we should go to breakfast early. We thought our breakfast in Frankfurt was amazing - we hadn't even began to touch on the amount of food we had at the Pullman Hotel. Breakfast consisted of two helpings which included bread, herb potatoes, sausage, ...
Our last few days in Budapest slipped by inconspicuously enough. We did mundane things like laundry and watching "Bram Stokers Dracula" in the apartment as the train ticket Bucharest ended up costing a bit more than expected. We left on a Sunday night in the pouring rain...giant backpacks strapped on while we jogged through one of the less picturesque parts of Budapest to the international train station. We arrived alive if a bit moist and somehow found not only the right train but ...
... Australia where he works as a mineral processing engineer (no lack of brains on this trip!!!). Pat has cycled in Tuscany and Sicily with a group of cycling friends from back home. Pat jumped right into our group and he's been a wonderful addition. I guess I shouldn't call him a European though. Despite being born in Ireland, he's lived in Australia for 30 years. He's riding a Surrey and has had to teach that thing to climb lately. Well done, Pat! And so ...
... other two were delicious and so I bought several of each to take with me.
He then proceeded to pick up a round of cheese with his bare hands and wrapped it in a plastic bag. I decided to just not look at his hands as he wrapped my cheese and sausages. I considered it as part of my adventure and happily accepted my purchase from him.
Our last stop was at the National World War I Memorial. It is a very impressive structure and stands very high. I was unable to give ...