Jagello Business Hotel

Address: Jagello ut 38, Budapest, 1124, Hungary | 3 star hotel
 
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      ... to sleep leaving me to drive them in luxury to Rome.

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      ... reconstructed. As our guide said, "Every two hundred years, we burn the city down and start all over."



      We had a wonderful lunch back on the boat and then Jan met with an on-site tour operator and "talked shop" for an hour. A local cultural group came on-board and gave a nice presentation on folk music and dancing. Hungarian music reminded us a lot of Polish Klezmer music (think Gypsy violins) and the dancing resembles Cossack dancing (boot ...