Leonardo Hotel Budapest
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I saw a janitor doing some kind of tai chi in this abandoned gallery through the locked gates. One of the vendors on the outside of the building said we could enter through a side door from the other end.
I was happy to have this magnificent place to myself but felt sorry it didn't have the lavish attention it deserves. For now it's …
... meet him at the Holiday Inn in Sarajevo, he would personally give us a ride to the pyramids and allow us to join in on his pre arranged tour with a group of Germans and Dutch people. Anxiously we rushed out of the house in search of a taxi to get to the Holiday Inn. Just as we stepped out of the house, Dzemal pulled up in his little car. We told him our situation and he said jump in and he zoomed us directly to the hotel. We got there within 10 minutes of talking to Sam, and ...
... we just chose the right temperature for that moment and started to chill. 100% approved!
On the way back to our hostel we still had several things to do. First of all, we stepped by the Vajdahunyad Castle surrounded by the artificial lake. Itīs quite interesting that the castle was originally made from cardboard and wood for the millennial exhibition in 1896 but it became so popular that it must have been rebuilt in stone and brick. Nowadays the castle hosts ...
... tour. First stop on the bus is Hero's Square. It is here that the Hungarians celebrate their past heros. In the center of the square is the large Millinnium Column with a likeness of Archangel Gabriel on the top (how did they know how he should look?) Behind the column is a semicircular colonnade with statues of famous men who made their mark on Hungarian history. Statues atop the colonnades symbolize War, Peace, Work ...
... The baths are apparently the largest medicinal baths in Europe and are supplied by two natural hot springs. There was a hot outdoor poor, a regular heat outdoor pool with a whirlpool that was way more fun than expected, a lane pool (but only for people with hairnets - enforcing this rule seemed to be the only thing the lifeguards did), then inside there was a series of pools of different temperatures, a steam room, and some saunas ranging in temperatures, even up to ...