Leonardo Hotel Budapest
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms 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 …
... of the first countries to ally with Germany and start rounding up Jews into ghettos. The location of the synagogue marks what was the edge of the city then and where a ghetto wall was built. The location of one of the gates where people were heralded into the ghetto was marked by a plaque explaining that the triumphant Soviet troops tore down the wall and released the Jews from the ghetto in 1945. We figured we could explore the area, continue with Rick Steves' walking ...
... and goulash shop accented the vista over the Danube River. Whenever I had any sort of problem with directions, finding good food, or purchasing train tickets, the local people of Budapest always went out of their way to help and refused any reimbursement for their services. Although many Hungarians do not speak English, the younger crowd in Budapest is pretty well versed and can communicate on a basic level. Regardless, hearing an entire population of ...
... of the coins we are collecting as well though we did have to run around to try and get the money to make it work! We next headed past Matthais church - coronation church built in 1896. We then drove around to a big square that was quite amazing - it had horsemen in it and big statues. Once the tour was finished we went back to the hotel for a quick lye down before heading out with a group of us from the tour to find a Guinness bear. Scott ...
... popular spot. After the hill we drove down into Budapest for lunch. We walked down the main shopping street and had some lunch. We wanted to try some traditional Hungarian food so had home made sausages and paprika chicken with noodles. Was delicious but turned out to be really expensive! Oh well it's cultural! After lunch it was time for our tour of Budapest. Since the city is so big we had a bus tour instead of ...