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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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We managed to catch our bus to Budapet on time and at the right stop which was great! I have to say I have been quite impressed with the buses here. They have mostly been on time. They advertise wifi which mostly doesnt work. However this one had a screen built into the every seat with movies and tv with English options. They even have someone come around selling drinks and snacks and clearing rubbish. Its better service than what you get on most airplanes these days!
... both recommend the Lado Cafe down the street from The Continental Hotel - our hotel. We were entertained at dinner again - it was great. I gave it a bid wrap on Trip Advisor when we got back.
Another big day, a big one again tomorrow with the packing and removal of all items - including all the lace and material that has been purchased, to the lake via the Hungarian Train Compnay.
We've reached our final spot before we return to Vienna and end our tour. It is an incredible city, with one side of the river (Buda) dominated by an imposing castle, and the other, (Pest) flatter, but instantly recognisable by the Parliament, the red and white palace that has become Hungary's most recognisable image. Arriving mid-afternoon, we checked in to our hotel and then wondered along the riverbank towards ...
... a new motocamp opening up in Hungary but in May, but after a few massage was told I would still be welcomed if I popped in. when I arrived I was made to feel very welcomed by the owner, so I decided to stay for the night. After some lunch and chatting to some other guest I the big picture started to come a lot clearer. A Finish couple had moved over here and ran horse riding holidays mainly for Finish people but any was welcomed.Had a nice meal and a few drinks.
... and took pics of the statue of Gabriel holding the Hungarian holy crown with various sculptural figures surrounding. Then drove through the Jewish Quarter and up to Matthias Church - most famous Catholic Church and church of the holy virgin. Beautifully restored after being bombed during the occupation. From there we walked across to the Fishermans Bastion and again took pics of the city itself. Arrived back at hotel for free time so walked around and had a ...