Petnehazy Club Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and together, along with Tobi and Majid, we all headed out to lunch at our new favourite restaurant, Frici Papa's where we continued with our tradition of buying a meal for a homeless person. It was the same guy that we gave a meal to the day before and when I handed the meal to him, complete with serviettes and plastic cutlery, his eyes filled with gratitude. It was heart warming.
The five of us then headed to a museum called The House of Terror. Though it sounds like ...
... little bit peeved when I saw Janet had also had a male masseuse, WTF! Someone else touching her legs, and that while she was topless!!!! Shock horror! After the baths we set off for our favorite restaurant - The Big Fish which was close to empty and a huge change from our previous visit. We could choose a nice table and have a good decipher of their menu at our leisure. The food was excellent as ...
... inside it reminded me of a much nicer and grander version of the market in London Ontario. I enjoyed taking in all the sights and smells, so much cured meat and paprika. I had two goals to attain in the market, try langos and buy paprika. There was some version of paprika at almost every stall so I focused my initial efforts on finding langos. I was honestly about to give up, I had looked on the entire first floor and almost the entire second floor when I saw it ! I got into ...
The plan was to spend the day in the cool of an air conditioned museum, as the forecast was for highs of 36 degrees, so we headed out to the Fine Arts Museum flanking Heroes Square. First we passed by a monument to the 1956 uprising, which stared at one end with scattered dissenters (columns) which quickly came together to form one united resistance (columns grouped closer together, becoming one massive metal piece). When we arrived at the museum, a large school ...
... We got off the bus at the city market and wandered around. Being Saturday it was very busy with people buying their fruit, vegetables, cheeses etc. The second floor was full of souvenir stalls. We then wandered right along the walking street towards our hotel. We came across a group dressed in national costume to advertise a folk dancing show.. We went to the market stalls at the other end of the pedestrian street and bought a very ...