Jagello Business Hotel
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... Noir and one other. At the last vineyard we were provided with dinner cooked by a chef who used to own a restaurant called "M" in Budapest. All of our visits were to the vintners houses; they are not set up with tasting houses etc as in NZ. All the wines all excellent and definitely of exportable quality - much better than we had expected. All the vineyards sell at the gate and to restaurants only. One ...
... And as it was getting later, more people’s gathering, and I really enjoyed the vibrant atmosphere.
Whats more, when I walked back to the hostel, I can actually look at the Opera House once again, and this time it was lit up. How beautiful is that. It’s like a grand palace in front of you. I really love it.
Then it comes to dinner, as I was already home, I just picked one restaurant from the map that ...
... side of her head and a trip to the hospital, but she went home hours later without even any stitches. The carousel is a wonderful device, but it can be very dangerous given the large mass and momentum of the spinning shaft. I hope that they will come up with a locking device for it, since accidents are likely to happen again when it is left unattended.
We came home tired after a mostly fun day, and now there is only a week left of school for the boys.
Today was our last day to see the sights of Budapest. The team pretty much did their own things except for two organized tours. Chris and I decided we wanted a change for breakfast so we walked to the Metro (yellow line M1) the first Metro line on the Continent and took it to the Grand Market Hall. When we got off the metro we found a little spot to have a very good latte, omelette and french toast. We walked through the Market and then took the Metro ...
... across a metro station which revealed that we had arrived at a train station that was on the opposite side of the river to that which we had been using as a start point on the map. Miraculously we had been heading in the right direction. On a personal note I was pleased that I was not map controller at this point and had found another inept navigator... Now on the right track we stumbled across a bit of action in the form of a film crew making some sort ...