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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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This has to be one of my favourite cities! I have no memories that stand out but I had fun with my fellow travellers, especially Ally, Kayla and Emma, visiting the baths, food markets, Blue Danube and St Stephen's Basilica. We also went to a bar housed in ruins. It had a bohemian feel-apart from the sound mix which was distorted. I guess it made sense in that particular place-enough said there.
Mostly we ...
... to have a go as skates of any kind and I don't really work. From the square we motored down Andrassny Ave, which is about 2km long and full of luxury shops with high end brands. Needless to say we did not stop here but headed to the Budapest Christmas markets in Vorosmarty Sqaure which are supposed be the best in Europe. They didn't disappoint. We had a ball pottering amongst the stalls which are basically handcrafts (jewellery, ceramics, glass, food etc). We bought a few ...
... to get ready for the evening. However, our progress stopped when we came across a wonderful Hungarian dessert called chimney cake. We have some pictures, but they don’t really do the deliciousness of the chimney cakes justice. This may have been Ashlyn’s favorite meal of the trip.
The day ended with a traditional Goulash soup before we headed down the Danube for our night cruise. Although the cruise ...
Our day trip to Budapest was an ambitious one, at 3hrs each way by train it was a bit of a stretch for a day trip but a 6am start meant we were there by 9am and we headed back to Vienna on the 9pm train, getting home just after 1am by the time we got the local train back to the hotel. With limited time though it was the only way we would be able to fit this into our itinerary.
Budapest temperatures reached a very hot 37c during our day here and after weather being ...
... were gathered all along the rivers edge, there were barriers up everywhere and many police. Our guess was something was happening for the Budapest labour day celebrations! Since we had no idea what they were talking about through the speakers, we headed towards a bridge to cross the river and go to the Castle. We stopped for a minute to see if we could work our what was happening. On the large tv screens, there was a man getting into a ...