Lanchid 19 Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Upon a Turkish siege of the city, the Hungarian troops, were fed local food and wine, including the red wine from nearby vineyards. Rumour spread that this dark red wine was mixed with bulls' blood to give the 2,000 soldiers
strength. Indeed, this small band of defenders successfully fought back a much larger Turkish army, and Eger was temporarily saved from sacking.)
We had a quiet evening watching Shawshank Redemption on DVD and eating egg ...
... were welcomed with a shot of Polinka, followed by a leisurely tasting of five wines, wonderful music by a retired member of the Hungarian Gypsy Band, a little singing and folk dancing, and a tour of the winery. Back again on the road we had a two-hour drive to Budapest including a traffic-snarled detour through the city. Our hotel is right down in the center of Pest, a short walk from a dinner at a local ...
... so it was nice to lay out in the sun for a bit. The indoor pools were quite ornately decorated with beautiful mosaics and the water spilled out of fountains encrusted with years of mineral deposits. The water felt excellent, easing our tired legs and feet, worn out with quite a bit of walking. There were pools of varying temperatures and as it was a weekend, pools that are normally segregated during the week were open to all. ...
... t (equivalent to the Champs Élysées shopping avenue in Paris) -lots of high end clothing stores line the streets with a cute little tree-covered walking boulevard in the center. It took me past the Opera House all the way to Vajdahunyad Castle and Park. There, I was able to rest a while and participate in one of my favorite hobbies- people watching!
After my little relaxation period, I visited the House of Terror. Upon first reading that, ...
... meal, with tip, came to less than seventy dollars.
After lunch, we walked along a long pedestrian-only street (Vaci Utca) that parallels the Danube. Jan found a few things to buy but overall, the shops tended to carry the same things. Of course, no trip to Budapest would be complete unless you visit one of the Herend Porcelain stores. Naturally, Jan couldn't leave without purchasing a beautiful small bud vase. We ended our trip at the ...