Petnehazy Club Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up. Unfortunately, where we ended up was a very sketchy neighbourhood with nothing about but rows of very functional, graffiti-daubed tower blocks and scrubland. There was no obvious direction to walk, nobody about and although there were some shops at the bottom floors of the blocks, they were all shut for Saturday afternoon. Standing still seemed a bad idea, so we walked round in a circle for half an hour optimistically looking for unsecured wi-fi, which we did not, ...
... that even two visits isn't enough to actually see everything in there. And then, because our stomachs can only handle so much local cuisine, we treated ourselves to some Thai food, which is a regular in both of our diets. All in all it was a great last day in Budapest, and I'm glad we came, it surprised me and I thoroughly enjoyed my time here. Tonight, we leave for Prague! Until next time, love to you all - ...
... was so beautiful. Every day just got better. I switched hostels for my last two nights and it was really cool and fun. I met some great people, and actually ended up skipping my bus and getting on a train back to Prague with a guy I met in my hostel who is traveling there too. It is really cool with traveling alone because it is so easy to meet people and change your plans to do something better. I went to the zoo with another guy at ...
... views of the Alpine mountains were splendid. Heading east, the landscape became flat and far more arable and the morning passed by quickly.
At lunch time, I was stopped by some customs officials who grilled me which in a sense was understandable given that were on the Austrian/Hungarian border.
More worryingly, an incident with James and a Romanian truck driver occurred. I was ...
... which is kind of like the Champs Elysees of Budapest. We looked at the state opera house and other nice buildings that had been built for the aristocrats. Along this street is a subway which is Europe's second oldest subway system, London being the first except that the one built in Budapest was the first electric one. It is still functioning today. We headed down the boulevard to Hero's Square where we got some great info on Hungarian history. It is ...