Tulip Inn Budapest Millennium
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... animated and happy.
We walked him back to his hotel - the Marriott - right on the riverfront and overlooking the castle. And when we went up to his room to say hello to Erica, we saw how truly breathtaking it was.
Dad and Erica were going out for dinner, so we didn't stay long and decided to walk back along the river front, hoping to watch the lights go on as the sun went down. Our plan also included a ride on the enormous Ferris wheel in the centre of town, but by the ...
... we can tell you, or you can look it up. But the old Jewish Quarter is supposed to be a different place by night, so we returned there, and just wande)red. Still a lot of ruined buildings from the war, that people are developing now, the real estate bubble is on the cusp on some blocks, has turned on others, is still in dire straits on yet others, but there is money to be made here. Fun cafes, little boutiques, and the ...
... is covered in white tiles & the staff are all in white clothes! Endless corridors, locker rooms, private cubicles etc Our Budapest card gave us free entry so went for a swim in the outside pool first, chilly, then headed off to the thermal area. This was all tiled (small tiles) & there were rounded pools, arches and columns and vaulted ceilings, all very Turkish looking. There were 4 baths in here ranging from 40C down to 24C, the place ...
... around 20 euros each. We were all really excited and couldn't wait until Sunday! Before coming on this trip we had also checked out things to do and one of the first things that popped up was the thermal bath parties that take place year round all through the night, so we decided to go check it out. It was actually really expensive to get in and it was a little awkward for the first few hours because everyone there was drunk besides us. Some of the EuroAdventures people showed ...
... off. We had a quick look in a souvenir shop, but they didn't have very good stickers, so we kept going to Vörösmarty Square which was the meeting point for the free walking tour. We were a little early, so we walked around the block then went back. We signed up, then three of the guides stood on the fountain and did a welcome speech thing to the absolutely massive group of people there. Before they finished, Joe decided to leave (he's not big on the whole walking ...