- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
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... while to get confirmation from Google, but then we parked and walked past the hotels and construction site to find the entrance that we recognized from the bath web site.
We paid only to use the baths - lots of extras available, for more money including the spa, massages and the fish pedicure (apparently they eat the dead skin from your feet - tickling your feet and leaving you with a smile - or something like that from the English sign). Laura may have ...
... I (and many of the locals I've talked to about road signs, which is a small sample) find most problematic is that the signs never say East-West or North-South, they always provide names of towns or cities. This makes it easy when near Budapest to know which way to go, as you either want to go to Budapest or you don't. As you get further away from Budapest the problem of determining direction is more daunting. When faced with a freeway ...
... now. Keith 'volunteered' to get up first thing and go to the Spar for our groceries, so that he could buy some of the still warm strawberry and cream pastries that I have fallen in love with. I then packed a lunch and we headed back to Kékestető (the highest peak in the Matra mountains, and in Hungary) to check out the sledding hill. Last week, we realized it was a sled hill because we saw two families parked at the turn in the road. When we arrived around ...
... cake by special license, so that everyone can have an opportunity to try it. In any case, Elza asked me if I wanted fruit or chocolate - I went for fruit since it was still kind of breakfast time in my world, so she chose an apple poppy seed cake. Don't think poppy seed muffin like we have at home - these were dense layers of ground poppy seed, which had a very earthy, almost coffee flavor. Now I know the routine, and I know that there are many ...
... Africa without any qualms, but a 40 metre minaret gave me the quivers!! It also gave the both of us very sore leg muscles for the following week or so! We've climbed far more stairs, but none quite so narrow and probably not in such a tense state!!
We made it to the big Basilica (second largest church in Hungary) just in time for the daily organ recital. I'm not a huge fan of churches or classical music, but there is just something about the sound of the chords coming ...