Leonardo Hotel Budapest
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- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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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 …
... not enough to disturb us. On the Buda side of the river is an enormous statue of a girl holding aloft an olive branch and this is to symbolize 'no more war’. The Hungarians were so sick of being involved in so many conflicts that they only want peace now. It is also illegal to be a part of any Nazi organization….and there is a fancy McDonald’s here, the first McDonald’s behind the Iron Curtain.
On our arrival here on ...
... Indian embassy and having to come back empty handed. I have yet to receive my visa for India in February. It has turned out to be such an inconvenience that I had to cancel my flights for Greece, and I will likely have to cancel Istanbul as well sadly. Hopefully tomorrow will work out, and I will receive my visa. There has been plenty to keep my mind from stressing about the visa situation, like the amazing people at the ...
... with them there - constantly talking and snorting to clear their noses. Argh!
Arrived in Budapest - did you know the town is as follows (looking at a map):
BUDA ~~~DANUBE RIVER~~~ PEST
Buda - is hilly!
Oh one thing definitely to note: ***GET A TRAVEL PASS FOR HOW EVER MANY DAYS YOU'RE STAYING THERE***
We paid $25 for a 7 day pass and could use the trains, trams and ferries. The ...
... and clipping the McLaren driver's wheel in the process, plus a blistering move on Massa later on. He was penalised for both, sadly, with Button and Alonso whining about his driving after the race. Nothing to do with their own decidedly average performances, I'm sure...
When it became clear towards the end of the race that Hamilton had it under control, all my attention went to Raikkonen who'd managed to work his way up from sixth on the grid to second, fending off Sebastien ...