Lanchid 19 Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... t have found on our own, including Margaret Island, a wonderful park in the Danube full of gardens and recreational activities. We also did the obligatory hop on hop off bus tour (Budapest is a big city with lots to see), as well as a river cruise. We caught the metro below Andrassy Avenue out to Szechenyl spa for an afternoon - the metro was the first built in Europe, and its like a tiny little toy train. The train doors sound like 100 angry ...
... in Budapest was endless and we only had 3 days to see everything so of corse we done another walking tour. We've walked through the 3 main squares of Budapest, seen the Budapest eye and second largest synagoge in the world, admired the huge St Stephen's Basilica and the grand, beautiful, parliament building. We were moved by the shoes on the Danube memorial for those shot into the river in WW2 and amazed by the chain bridge lit up at night. ...
... Hungary coffee mug. Tomorrow night we will have a wrap up team dinner with our new Habitat friends, Renata, Andi, Sandor and Levy as well as some of the Habitat Hungary executives. Tonight, we went to the Hungarian State Opera House to see Figaro, what an amazing building. We managed to mostly stay awake for the entire show, amazing ...
... to represent the German eagle descending on the innocent angel Hungarians. They feel that this is a falsification of history and that the part played by the Hungarians in partnership with the Nazi Germans should not be swept under the rug. There are protests going on and locals from all around are visiting and leaving symbols at the site to illustrate the truth. Back at the hostel, veggie soup was on the menu. We had picked up a couple of supplies the night before and I ...
... in London, with an added dome. We then headed back to st. Stephens church, which had been closed on our previous visit, and climbed the tower for amazing views over the city. After returning to our accommodation to pick up our bags, Trent headed off to the airport to fly back to Manchester and I headed to the train station to catch a train to Pecs in southern hungary where I will spend a couple of nights before heading to Zagreb in Croatia to be spoilt with a visit from Anna for the ...