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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... did a short night cruise up and down the Danube. It was quite spectacular with all the city lights. We docked again here in Budapest as there were excursions today in Budapest. We went to the thermal baths for the morning. Quite nice and relaxing. Came back to the boat for lunch and this afternoon they will have a glass blower demonstration and later on some Hungarian Dance lessons. (I think we will pass on the lessons). We set sail at 5:00 PM this evening ...
... rows of 14 Hungarian kings & rulers & either side was the museum of fine arts & the millennium memorial. Moved onto Vajdahunyad castle built in the 19th century, there was a display of Thailand culture, walked around the Muscarnok (another old building) then onto Szechnyi spa (world famous) a bit like Hanmer springs but bigger.
On the way back we found ...
... the one in New York. It was built between 1854 and 1859 seating 3000. It was damaged in WW2 but restored 1991 to 1998. Next door is the memorial garden and cemetery for those Jews who died during WW2. The garden has a remembrance tree sculpture with the names of those who died on the leaves. On the way back to our hotel we had to shelter from a severe downpour with hail which lasted for 20 ...
... hats with a little light on it (my favorite part). After countless pictures and selfies we were ready to head to the caves. Our cave tour guide led us to cave door and into complete darkness. Here we go. We slowly walked into the cave (all on flat surfaces). I remember thinking how cool and easy this would be HAHA. We continued walking until we stopped at a ladder. Now here I am thinking that this ladder is there for the workers to ...
... you are walking the paths around the castle you only really see one wing at a time so you only see the three styles when you are at a distance, when the castle actually looks as though it is three castles. I really liked it. From there we continued on to the iconic Szechenyi thermal baths also located in City Park. It's the largest spa in Europe. It's housed in a building with exquisite architecture and has 18 pools. All but three are indoors. The outdoor pools are huge. ...