Novotel Budapest City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... with large homes and gardens. We took a little walk through the mall (similar to ours back home), then it was on the metro. After a stop, we switched to the tram and headed to the Gellert Hotel. We filled our water bottle with mineral water from the fountain out front, then explored around the outside of the hotel. The hotel also houses mineral baths, which we plan on visiting soon! Next, we headed uphill a bit to see the Church in the Rock, which had ...
One of the most striking things of this trip was the richness of the flora and fauna of the countryside. As we hiked, we saw the most vibrant swaths of poppies, barren strawberries which are white flowers much like miniature wild roses, foxglovs which are natives of woodlands and thrives in a damp, partially shaded spot, rosa canina and red dead-nettle, among others! Of course, there ...
... own a shop, ride a bike, and buy things. They also had to wear a star on their clothing. The Nazi’s sent them by train to the concentration camps. It took 3-8 days till they arrived. There were no toilets, seats or food in the train. So it was smelly and everybody was hungry. They didn’t know where they were going. When they arrived at Auschwitz they had to go in two lines, the men in one line and the woman and children in another line. The ...
... was very friendly and we got along straightaway. Then I met Monica, a Polish girl, who had come to Budapest for one night, and eleven months later, she is still here! Then there was Josh (American guy) and Elena (Russian girl), who had been here for 5 months – again, had only arrived with the intention of staying for a few days! I certainly don’t intend on doing so but I think with the awesome family feel of the hostel, I will certainly spend at least week here. Later ...
Today we woke up around 8am so that we could get to our walking tour by 9am. It was a free walking tour and at the end you give the guide a tip. We got some starbucks for breakfast (suprise suprise) and then met the rest of the group. The guide was really good, her name was Stefania and she was really friendly. The walking tour took us pretty much all over Budapest. We saw the most famous street in the city, ...