Novotel Budapest City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were escorted into a pitch black room, and there we could hear the sounds of two other tourists and our male guide. From there we had to feel our way in between rooms (kitchen, bathroom, lounge room), then into the streets, over a bridge and into a cabin. We found it quite confronting not being able to see anything as we were questioning our every step. It gave us a tiny glimpse of what life is like for people with vision impairments, definitely ...
... parliament buildings are particularly beautiful from across the Danube, but everything looked amazing. The city is home to so many amazing monuments and squares it’s hard to keep track.
We needed to see the city in three days, so we were pretty pressed for time. We managed to find time to take a tour of the parliament buildings, which looked more like a palace than a government building. There were magnificent hallways with red carpets extending ...
... city. Little by little I'm figuring all this out and gathering a 'mental map' of this place. It's gonna be a big map, some 2 million people live here and the history wrapped up in it is immense. I ventured out from where I'm staying rather lightly. I'm staying in the district known as Erzébetváros & the Jewish Quarter. It's the place to be apparently, with many of the pubs, restaurants, and accommodations within. It's on the eastern side of the Dunabe River known as ...
... to organise a train and then worrying about getting to our accommodation. This way we could get dropped off right at the door. Before we left we took a bus into the city centre to have a last look around. We found lots of shops and markets but due to time we mainly window shopped. We did find a couple of souvenirs which was the main reason we headed in to town. When we got back to Pastor Chris and Monica's place, we loaded up the car and hit the road for Austria. ...
... The temporary collections were interesting, amusing and at times repulsive. One room in particular featured work that included a film about what appeared to be Mongolians hunting in winter, with a series of graphic photographs on the other wall of the room, of men, penises & how they could, or would, interact with barn yard animals. I will leave the rest to your imagination. All I can say is I hope ...