Promenade City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> We saw quite a few homeless people sleeping in the gardens, as we walked back. I've noticed many homeless and drunk people in the city, literally passed out in the dirt with lots of clothing on in the heat. Sad to see; the homeless here seem more desperate than in other cities we've visited.
SATURDAY: Slept in dozing on and off till around 8.30, oh so good :)
David had a lovely long catch up Skype with Stephen and we ...
... teaching down to them, so I made the homework more difficult this week. Well...maybe I wasn't teaching down to them after all :) Half of them came in saying they couldn't finish the homework this week.
Another challenge is that I only teach one day a week here, for 90 minutes, while at home the class meets for 50 minutes 3 times a week. So I need to cut out quite a bit of material, and try to incorporate some activities into the class ...
Ah Budapest! The story of two towns side by side separated by the blue Danube. One side is Buda the other is Pest.
I arrived in Budapest Friday lunchtime, catching my train just in time. I'm staying in a hostel that is quite central and located just down from the Danube. The nightclub downstairs is a pain at night time, but the ensuite in our room is amazing and the whole place has a general ...
... on the Danube - a tour of lights of Budapest. Ros initially was asleep so not on the upper deck with others. We viewed from the cabin window instead and have moved to front lounge with Ros. They are now playing Strauss's Blue Danube waltz while we relax in the ship's lounge taking in the night time lights of Budapest on the Danube - very moving.
Always available are late night snacks in the AmaVerde Lounge with music from the on-board musician Louis.
... something culturally Hungarian. No. Just no. There was one piece that was an American Indian dreamcatcher. There was one piece made of computer parts. There were some shoes and a matching purse that looked like they belong at a department store. Basically, it was a weird art gallery that had nothing particularly "Hungarian" or "folk" about it. I have to say that I felt that not only wasn't it worth the small admission price, but also wasn't worth the few minutes spent ...