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TravelPod Member ReviewsJade Panzio Budapest
We really liked the outside part with the ping pong, pool, bocchi ball and picnic area. The beds were okay, but the pillows were flat and uncomfy. Free wifi, which is good for the traveller and a nice hot shower. We liked the balconies in our rooms and like the view. In the river next door there are swans and ducks to enjoy looking at as well. No breakfast though. I definitely would recommend this for others. It's a nice warm place to stay with welcoming people.
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Yes, its been a a couple of days since the last update. Many parts of the day are becoming more routine. Up at 6:15, coffee and tea, showers, wake boys up by 7, feed them pastry or Nutella (or whatever store brand we happen to have). Boys open the gate, I take the car out, and Laura makes sure heaters are turned down and lights out in all of the rooms. Wait for the train(s) to pass by. Doesn’t matter when we leave, there always ...
... hit what I thought was a dead end and the person who was supposed to be in front of me, guiding me, was nowhere to be found. After that brief moment though, the lights were out and we continued in pitch black.
For those who read that and immediately think "no f*ing way I'm doing that"- the guide gave us choices for everything along the way. She kept carefully trying to read the group and make sure that we were all ok the whole time. I get the ...
Sunday 7th - Monday 8th. September 2014
Sunday 7th. September
As we didn't have to book out of our rooms until 12noon, we had a leisurely breakfast at Bewley's Hotel and packed our bags ready for our flight to Budapest. I spent some time trying to book our accommodation for Vienna in 3 weeks ...
We felt like zombies when the alarm went off at 7am this morning, but we're running out of time in Budapest so we forced ourselves out of bed in early enough to line up for tickets to tour the Parliament building. After a quick breakfast we made the now all-too-familiar trek and bought yet another round of outrageously overpriced entry tickets. I really dropped the ball on the museum budgeting for this city; I guess I just assumed it would be cheap. Think again! ...
... is so cheap! We walked around the streets and we sat down for dinner at a traditional hungarian restaurant and I ate something called Stuffed Cabbage... I don't know what it was stuffed with and I didn't ask, but it was delicious!
I honestly loved wandering the streets of Budapest, something different about it.
"I was never going to go if I waited for someone to come with me"
_Create your own opportunities and Carpe the freaking Diem