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TravelPod Member ReviewsNormafa Hotel Budapest
This hotel was a last minute stay as there was nowhere else to stay withing the city. It is completely outside of the city but public transportation will get you there without any problems. Peace and serenity will find you here.
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... br> that, we proceeded to the Chain Bridge (Széchenyi
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Buda, above which rises a hill topped with the Buda Castle (Budavári
On the Adam
we took a ride on Budapest Castle Hill Funicular, up to the castle on
the top. We visited the Hungarian National Gallery and the Budapest
History Museum, ...
... I'm not sure how I would feel in the same circumstances. Europe is a very complex place.
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... shorts, tea shirt and thongs
(thats thongs on the feet). There was no applauding individual arias
but that might be just for Wagner as there are no real arias, the
plot just keeps developing and one is encouraged to just shut up and
quietly revel in the genius of Herr Wagner, Until the end. The final
applause was deafening and prolonged. We were up in the balconies
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