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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... simple, but powerfully beautiful. We have taught the kids a great deal about the Holocaust during our time in Eastern Europe, and this memorial really caught their attention.
One of of the last things we did was visit a "ruin pub" that have become very popular in the past ten years in Budapest. Several pubs have been created out of old buildings (ruins) and they are an eclectic mix of furniture and style and are so cool. We went in the afternoon to the ...
... did not regret that decision as it is still one of my favorite cities, I’ve always felt like Budapest was unfinished business for me. That was no longer the case.
The next morning the first thing on the agenda was acquiring Budapest cards, which like the Salzburg cards before it gave us discounts on tours and access to free public transportation. While the discounts were not as substantial it did get us two free ...
It's morning ... 9.48am to be exact and we are just about to jump in the shower and head out for breakfast. More site seeing planned for today. ... The time now is 7.17pm. We had a lovely relaxing day. We left home this morning and had breakfast. After that we made our way back to the Budapest side to go up the second hill known as Gellert Hill. At the top sits the Citadella and the huge statue called the Liberty Statue. From the top of the hill you get panoramic views of ...
... a park in Pest. It's the oldest spa in Budapest, originally opening in 1881. It has had some upgrades in the years since. The waters were delightfully warm and the air was pretty chilly. We were glad it wasn't below freezing when we had to dash from one pool to the other and then back to the changing area.
We ate dinner at the hotel and celebrated the Chinese New Year. Lovely four course meal with dragon dancers ...
... to see the pyramids in Bosnia. We actually didnt know what she was talking about. Then it dawned on me that my friend Chris Termeer, had once about two years back told me about how he met the guy who discovered the pyramids. I recalled the story, and the three of us decided to go to see the pyramids together. Jen was going to join us on the bus the next morning to go to Sarajevo. Jen had also met a local guy who worked with a kayaking company in town, and was planning to meet him ...