Petnehazy Club Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... at not having our own room, I'm annoyed as well, I look at the room list and can see everything he's tried to set up, but I think I could have organised it in a way we had our own room. Mel is so nice and polite though we get over it very quickly. I realise that Jack has lost my four gang power point as well as my travel adaptor. He hires one out from the front desk, they don't ask for his ID so I just keep it. Tonight after dinner we head to a big bar, made up ...
Got up and was ready on time for the walking tour at 10:00. Unfortunately our guide wasn't. A couple of phone calls and 25 minutes later our tour finally started! Visited lots of the sights such as St Stephen's Basilica, the Chain Bridge, the Royal Palace and St Matthias Church (with the beautiful multicoloured self-cleaning tiles on it's roof and where our tour finished).
Walked with Tanya to Margret Island (where sadly the Japanese Gardens at the far end of ...
... you A LOT. At times the culture shock can be more negative than positive. I think it's important to note that this trip for me has made me realize I live very comfortably in Canada. Also, maybe it was too long waiting 9 years since my last extensive trip. I will not let this happen again - I want to travel the world and experience other cultures more often. Getting outside my comfort zone has been scary and shocking to me, but I've also gotten to know ...
... afternoon on Monday 26th, after a relaxing drive from
Gyor, we stopped in a Tesco along the way and got talking to some guy
who spoke little English but all we could make out was he had a 1966
Van and loved ours....May 27th – Tom's Birthday, Sarah didn't feel too great during the day so Tom went out for a Cycle around Budapest and up Gillert Hill, this was mainly to come down again but the views from ...
... helps me work out what's happening where. We drag ourselves up the hill to Buda Castle (Royal Palace). Apparently when Freddy Mercury saw the Parliament building he didn't know what it was and asked to buy it. I also go to the museum for the victims of the Nazi and Soviet regimes, that took over the country one after each other. The museum is at the location of the Hungarian Nazis headquarters, which later changed as a ...