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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... up a passenger at the train, and they've been trying to get his secret out of him for years. Once outside, the weather was hot - he told me 40º. As we walked out of the train station, there were men passing out bags of drinking water to everyone. "From the city of Budapest, please take." Sure enough, when the weather is hot in Budapest, there are locals passing out drinking water in public transport areas and squares. Temperatures were really soaring when I arrived at ...
... Quarter and the very poignant line-of-shoes memorial along the river bank where hundreds of Jews were murdered by forced drowning during the Nazi terror.
Our boat did a late night river cruise so we could enjoy the city lights and it was a great way to end our cruising experience. This morning we are leaving for Prague in about 30 minutes time. I will post this blog and add pics later.
... discussing strategies for dealing with a wild boar should it decide that we were of interest. Eventually the noises receded into the distance, and we reached the crown of the hill where there was indeed a ruined castle (exactly where Google said it should not be, but where the topo map said it was, so clearly Google was playing an April Fools joke on us by marking it incorrectly). We had fun wandering around it until the sky filled with very dark, threatening ...
... in that treaty. It is still very much a sore point.); and finally getting into the Nazi and then the Soviet occupations. A lot to cover, but very interesting and adds understanding to some of the things we have experienced since arriving.
Finally, with the history lesson done we loaded onto a bus and headed out on a tour of Budapest. We got out to walk a bit by the Great Synagogue and the Jewish district, drove past the Parliament building (actually all ...
... and quite authentic (i.e. claustrophobia inducing). One section was called the ‘dark maze’ where there were no lights, complete pitch black and you had to walk for about 10 minutes just using a rope hand-rail to navigate. Poor Gid got a wee bit frightened halfway through (right about the time I started to freak out) so out came the ‘Mummy Playschool’ voice and we both managed to hold it together ...