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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... everything is lighted for the evening.
After disembarking, we made our way back up to Vörösmarty tér, and quickly found an ice cream stand (really gelato, since that is mostly what we have found in Hungary) to appease Sam and Blake. Of course, walking through all of the booths cooking street food in giant pans over wood fires, soon meant that the boys were asking for real food even as they finished their ice cream. With ...
... 1947 to celebrate the victory over the Nazis. She is 14m tall and holds a palm leaf above her head. She is visible from all around Budapest and makes quite a striking site at night. From the Citadel we tootled around Budapest in our red bus to get to Heroes Square. I'm always a bit wary of things with names like Heroes Square and this was no exception - it was a huge place with large monuments dedicated to the seven chieftains of the Maygars and other national heroes. It had ...
... area at the top of the hill is known as the Castle District and the views were incredible. We saw a opera house that Ludwig Van Beethoven once played in, watched the changing of the guards and finished the hike by playing gin at a little café at the edge of the church. The next day we saw pictures of the Nazis sitting in the exact location we played gin. Chilling…
After Tyler won a few hands of gin, we decided to head back ...
... to SA. Blessed to be home!!
Since I was wound up, I wandered around appreciating our new place. We sat outside in the courtyard to feel the nighttime breezes that come down through the meadow, listened to night birds, frog calls and bugs. I turned on the lights to see out. I turned off lights to watch the stars. I walked out front to see the night sky and deer and then went in to try to ...
Day 3, and today we are asking ourselves "what will today bring?".. Well it certainly brought surprises. We went to a supermarket to get some grub to set us up for the day.. the plan was to head over to the Buda side of the river, and probably spend the majority of the day at Castle Hill.. But the supermarket was closed! It took us a little time to realise it was a bank holiday (Labour Day) so all of the shops were going to be shut today. ...