Promenade City Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the party, probably why they were called “the most docile happiest country in the Eastern Bloc”.
Fountains are all the rage
You may have read from our previous posting about the Multimedia fountain in Wrocloaw, Poland. Well, they seem to be quite the trend as Budapest had one too. Though nowhere as exciting as its predecessor it provided an excellent opportunity to have an evening picnic on Margaret Island, a large ...
... I am old enough to get free travel on public transport, so it didn't cost me a cent to use the metro into the city. It is only a ten minute, 3 stop ride. My first impressions of central budapest were WOW what amazing buildings, and everywhere so clean and well looked after. It had to be a short walk because during the mall episode the previous day I lost the old straw hat I had been using since Seville, and the sun was blazing down on me. My ...
... has changed. The latest addition to the underground, the M4, has a station adjacent to the Market so access is easier than before. The ground floor is mostly stalls selling fresh produce – green grocers, butchers and delis dominate with the paprika dried and fresh, everywhere as a garnish and for sale. I had to give in and buy salamis. I know they’re probably cheaper in ...
... right on the banks of the Danube (Danu in Hungarian), where they used to live. We wandered through the winding, cobblestone streets and then strolled along the banks of the river until we could get down to the water to skip stones for awhile. Unfortunately, the kids pretty much just talked to their siblings all day, but they seemed to comfortably co-exist. We left the river because the girls were in desperate need of the ice cream ...
... Have to say… the Lonely Planet on a Shoestring book seems to recommend campsites based on proximity to tourist attractions only. Twice now we’ve gone with their suggestion and… yes – we found bus / trains easy to get to from the camp… but the camp’s themselves are the lowest of the low. Camp Romai in Budapest was the most run down communist structure ever. I could barely bring myself ...