Lion's Garden Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Lion's Garden Hotel Budapest
Travel Blogs from Budapest
... Ben how to get to the meeting point, before another final goodbye. On route we found a tourist information point (thank goodness), who told us where to go from there. Eventually we found it, but it was HOT! I think it hit 30° today, but amazingly I barely moaned!
Throughout the walking tour, I found it very difficult to stay awake, and felt really quite sorry for myself. Infact, the whole day up until around 3pm has been a little bit of a ...
... give you free water in plastic water bottles. My mom hates this. One hotel that we stayed in in Moshi, that was very environmentally friendly, did not give water bottles. They boiled and filtered the water so that it was safe to use. The owner did not like wasting all of the plastic. This isn't a big problem in Canada, because our water is safe, but it reminded me that we shouldn't use plastic water bottles.
Thank you for reading my blog.
... a quick supper. The double Hungarian class is proving to be a big challenge for Blake’s attention span, but I am hoping to continue at this pace so that we can get through the entire book before we all get busier (Marianna included) in February.
Keith and I are continuing to enjoy are relaxed work mornings in the office with Istvan. We are now sharing tea made in the office next door, and learning a bit about ...
... a place! Haha!
Marc and I were trying to keep it together but it was hard, we cracked a few giggles. We were then escorted to the Presidential Suite, the biggest and most expensive suite on the entire premises. We opened the door and both our jaws hit the floor. We shut the door behind us and looked at each other and laughed. We got very lucky! Very lucky indeed!
The suite was HUGE and the photos do not do this place justice. We spent 15 minutes taking ...
This story begins before arriving in Budapest. From the last four weeks of travelling I have come to a conclusion, there appears to be two types of Americans based on the response given when asked where they are from: 1) The states 2) Texas Its quite funny honestly, the pride of being Texan is very apparent. Now onto Budapest. .. I have been in Budapest for a day and a half now and I love it! It is such a beautiful city ! Upon arrival I did a bit ...