Lion's Garden Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... walking tour followed. Our guide was a passionate historian. We learnt lots about Hungary during the Nazi and Soviet occupations. It is amazing and scary. The tour ended at a "Ruin Bar", they are bars that have been opened in ruinous previously public buildings (hospitals, schools etc), because after it stopped being communist there was no money from the USSR to maintain the buildings and services anymore.
We had a drink at the bar, Instant, and ...
... With only 4 on the tour, it was very personalized. We tasted Unicum, Longos, cheeses, sausages, traditional 'working man's standing lunch', chocolates, and wines. While I can't make the date change to reflect the correct date, we have entered the second day aboard the Kara. Today is July 10th. We have been enjoying the cruise thus far. Many passengers left the ship while we remained in Budapest for a walking/bus tour. They will meet us upriver at the end of ...
... relaxing as the spas! They also had massage and other treatments available (extra cost of course), but we decided to just chill out in the spas. We contemplated going to a “sparty” one night, held at the largest complex, the Szechenyi baths inside City Park – basically one big pool party, however we quickly decided that wasn’t our scene! I can’t quite picture Mikey or I running around in our bathers dancing the night away! Would be an experience though ...
... some dogs with such precision and grace. He was so connected and loving and stern and committed to teaching these dogs and them getting the tricks right. I beautiful example of commitment to creating out of what’s possible across a gap of species, although in a very directive mode. It was beautiful to witness and the dogs looked very happy although addicted to treats J
I walked back where I came from and walked past increasingly more beautiful and ...
... up so easy. European rail is definitely the way to go. it really puts our transport in Australia in contrast. Took a Tram to Metro, to then take us to The House of Terror. The House of Terror is a museum that use to be a party house for the Hungarian Nazis the Arrow Cross Party in 1944. Then in 1945 to 1956 the notorious communist terror organisation the ÁVO and ÁVH took up residence here. This place is crazy ...