Mirage Fashion Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... being in the city for 12 hours, the sight of the Parliament building is still breath-taking.
Today we were in the same tour group with Grandma and Grandpa since most of the touring was done by bus. We began with a long drive around the Pest side. I immediately recognized many of the landmarks I had researched ahead of time. I am so intimately familiar with the city and it's layout that I could actually predict what building the tour guide would point ...
... The line taking me back from Hero's Square to the hotel was the yellow line, the oldest in the system, dating from 1896. Although the line is modernized, the cars in the subway are in the style of the original rail line, leading a charming 19th Century look to the station and the trains. The ride was less than $2 US and I emerged from the station into the park directly across the street from my hotel.
After dropping my stuff in ...
Much better night of sleep. We changed dorms to one further away from the common room and with an actual door instead of a glass door that lets in the light and noise. We still have eight beds in the room and we are still (cross your fingers) the only ones in the room. We were still full from our dinner last night but ate breakfast because we knew we would be hungry later. I am not used to waking up feeling full... I cannot say that I particularly enjoy it. Breakfast is ...
... to come back and do some exploring of other towns but working in Korea for the last three years trips to Europe weren't possible. Finally I was able to come this months and stay for five weeks since my training course lasted four weeks so I came early to do some exploring.
Some of the main observations I have seen over the last ten years
... eat and waited for our bus. But before our bus turned up, we got offered a taxi ride, which ended up cheaper and quicker, so we jumped at the idea.
That night we relaxed a bit before heading to the English pub around the corner to watch the soccer World Cup qualifiers. During the England vs Ukraine match I chatted to Marty, in regards to my wallet.
Before heading back to the hostel, we grabbed dinner, in the form of the local cuisine Cevapici (which are little sausages). ...