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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... Also you become familiar to all the staff. Each cabin has a butler who takes care of you and anything you may need. There is a large standard restaurant which has a buffet or you can order off a menu. There is also a more formal dining area with Italian theme and seats only 25. So we will need to have our butler make reservations for those nights that we will eat there. Of course there is a large lounge and bar with 24 hr self serve coffee and tea stations. ...
... think most of his happened in our lifetime, hard to put into words the sadness that we felt all around.
Walked back to the hotel, 5kms, got changed & went on our evening dinner cruise, the ticket included 3 drinks (1 champagne, 1 water & 1 other), smorgasbord dinner (not impressed) & cruise, lights just coming on as we were finishing, best part of the trip
... House, took many photo's during daylight hours as well as when it was dark as the whole of Budapest is lit up.
Budapest is actually 2 cities, Buda on one side of the Danube, and Pest on the opposite side.
we leave today for Vienna ,we will be travelling through 5 countries, there are 68 locks we go through, the ship is 11.4m wide and the locks are 12m wide, it's going to be interesting, the ship is 135m in long ...
... or do construction (honestly i have no idea). No. He tells us that we have to go down this ladder. Shelby was the first to go down and we slowly watched her go down the ladder until we couldn't see her anymore. What an interesting start. So I obviously made it down the ladder ready to start this thing. He brought us to the smallest holes some of which we had to army crawl through. Some points we had to lay on our backs and push through or lay ...
... was a less enjoyable experience for us. It was far more touristy, but more than that, the inside pools looked dirty. Many of them were small and I couldn't help but think how unhygienic they just be. One old man was using a scraper to scrape dead cells off his skin in a tiny little heated pool. Inside too the atmosphere was quite clinical. The rooms were large but there were old white tiles on the walls with exposed paperwork that made us both feel like we could have been ...