Leonardo Hotel Budapest
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- Shuttle bus service
- Russian TV Channels Available
- TV Other Russia
- Breakfast Available
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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 …
Wow what a city! What a place to have a birthday! What a wonderful day I had!! It's official I love Budapest, we arrived at 9pm at night after 13hours of travel, but boy oh boy was it worth it, the city was all lit up and the bridges looked spectacular! We even got chauffeured to our hotel! Man did we feel like high rollers when we saw our room, it was beautiful lol you could only imagine my excitement! We went for a stroll to see what this city had to offer and there were ...
Tomorrow I head to Pamplona to meet up with Alan and Angela. My plan is to see the Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar tomorrow morning and then head back to the train station to get the train to Pamplona. It’s almost 1 am now, so I’m off to bed. Goodnight!
On a complete separate note – my finger is almost completely healed up from my fall in Belgrade. No infection. I’ve still got a noticeable bruise on my knee, but it’s fading as well. ...
... of movement occurring at any time. Apparently the population of the city is 2 million which citywise is not so big. The apartment block where we are staying is a group of about 5, 5 story blocks in a gated area protected by guards 24/7. The door has 4 deadlocks so does that say anything about security, though I haven't felt threatened at any stage. I suppose like most apartment blocks you don't see any other residents or hear ...
... 8211; Agatha, Joanna and Eva and we all headed out to Hungarian bars. First stop was a hot shots bar which does really cheap shots and we were asked to try Palinka – a local drink with 40% alcohol! Following that evil drink, we moved on to another bar to continue the festivities and had an incredibly fun night with a bunch of strangers! I seem to be doing a lot of this and meeting new people and partying with them like old friends is become a habit I’m willing to keep for a while.