Lanchid 19 Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... around 7:30-8 and that they should join us. We went and found the Abbey, which was unfortunately closed for a funeral. We walked down the hill went on the buses to find the Leopoldskron Palace, which is the place they used for the backyard when filming for The Sound of Music! It was so pretty! Then I navigated us all using Ulmon to the Augustiner Brauhaus for dinner! We ended up getting there earlier than we thought so we all got beer and pretzels and cheese to share and waited and ...
... at night too. In winter at least, it is a nocturnal city. It is hard to get used to having minimal sunlight. By 6pm I'm almost ready for bed until I realise that I'm not sleepy. It's very disorientating. I spent a longer time in Budapest than I have anywhere else in a while. Maddy left me and Katrina has arrived. I was a little worried about the change in dynamic from the change in company, but I forgot that you never need to worry about such things when ...
... more spontaneous. I do have an idea of which direction is like to go - likely Vienna, Austria, down to Slovenia, and also through Croatia. After three more weeks l'll have to think about how I return back to Prague before I depart for home. I'm not there yet!, just thinking about the second half of this journey. So today was likely going to be a travel day for me out of Budapest. The weather has gotten nasty and I wasn't willing to wait around 2/3 days for another nice ...
... also dressed as a sunflower which made me look totally mad. I sang Valerie with Petra at karaoke which was really fun, we both couldn't stop smiling! Nim and I ended up going home fairly early because it was a sweat box in there, I couldn't breathe inside it was so packed! We found our way back successfully which we were very happy about, all the streets were super familiar now. We were going to go to bed when we got back but I made Niamh get a kebab with me even though she was in ...
... from the ground, has led
to Dobogókő being referred to
as the ‘Earth Heart Chakra’. A view of the pictures will show how steep most of the trails were. Often, the directions stated that the climb would be "steep" which most were but when the directions said "very steep" we realized we might have a bit of trouble! Shirley & I slid down the ...