Tulip Inn Budapest Millennium
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... go out for an early meal (which turned into a 4 hour meal) to the restaurant we had goulash soup at the night before. We went for the meal for two, which turned out to be enough for 4 !!! Thank god the waiter persuaded us not to have a goulash soup starter !!! We met two Americans from Palm Springs who were having the same meal, in hindsight we should have shared the meal between all four of us ! Bobby and Larry (the dentist !). Quite a couple of ...
... side - lovely forest with cycling and walking tracks. We got off at Challenge Land an awesome climbing, flying fox place. The kids spent a good few hours conquering the various courses and their fears at times and absolutely loved it! Ziggy has been training Ruby and now us in Ninja/Jedi arts and this land was part of it. They gained many levels of training here. After ...
... one english language sign in each room. The sequence of rooms took us through the early period of the palace, when it was first built as an estate house for the Grassalkovich family, a favorite of Empress Maria Teresa and then the later years when it became a royal palace once the Austrian leaders (the Hapsburgs) became monarchs of Hungary as well. The interior has been beautifully restored and it was well worth spending a couple of hours.
Anyway, the big story ...
... Later that night, food poising kicked in. :(
So that left my last day in Budapest with me laying around in my dreary apartment sick. As with any travel, there are highlights and lowlights… This was not a highlight.
From here, I head to Bratislava in Slovakia. Note: For photos of Budapest, click here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsk1ABkMx
... Anyhoo, the metro and busses have a distinctly 1970's utilitarian feel. Where Sweden was plush and modern, Hungary is stale and decrepit. I have to admit our initial impression was pretty bad, and I was a little worried Chelsea would hate it. Things didn't get all that much better when we got to the hostel. It doesn't look anywhere near as good as it did in the pictures (curse you Instagram!) and the cavernous building gives it a homey, jail-cell feel. The super ...