Petnehazy Club Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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... of both those regimes. Also it was known for butchery of hundreds of Jews at the basement of this building by the Nazi-affiliated Arrow Cross. There are the letters TERROR carved out of the building's side-roofs. When the sun rays pass through them, they project the Terror-word at the ground as a grim reminder of the oppression of people during those dark days of Hungary. It was closed for the day and we could not enter then.
For dinner, we ...
... been getting along okay - or Keith was desperate for someone to listen to him, since they seemed to talk non-stop the entire day, and Barbara and I realized that we had to lead, because if we left it to them we would find ourselves stopped and talking at some random cross roads. Barbara and I also had lots to talk about (she works for GE, so her team leader is an American based in Atlanta, so we had an entertaining conversation ...
... and beautiful ceilings we took our exit.
I then started to walk up the main street towards hero square. I arrived about half an hour later but it was worth the walk. The massive square was mostly flat apart from the pillars and statues. I spent a lot of time admiring the statues amongst the pillars and looking at the picture plaques under the statues. But as darkness set in I decided it was time to leave. I wanted to have a little sit down before my long walk back ...
We wake up early this morning and head to the airport for our flight to Istanbul. We use Budapest's great public transportation system and get to the airport with plenty of time to spare. Luckily we did, because the airport is way more crowded than we expected. After getting thru security, we have a weak moment and devour a double Whopper, fries and a Coke between the two of us (we still haven't eaten at a McDonalds, so don't be ...
... was our first night and we were quite intoxicated, we had no idea how to get back to Grandio. We couldn't find our way home so we found some people and walked back with three boys who had no idea where to go despite them saying they knew exactly where they were. We walked for an hour then got into a bike taxi and eventually found our way home. During the day on Thursday we sat in the courtyard and drank a lot of beer (this is what we did everyday so I won't bother explaining the days, ...