- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... coffee. I had decided to go to The Hard Rock Cafe tonight but on the way back to my house I stopped in a market and picked up some weird cake thing and a drink. I thought I would work out what the deep black crumble cake filling was when I ate it but no,... it was nice but I have no idea what it was. I got my washing dried had a little nanny nap and then headed out again. It's a bit of a stroll to town and I have done it about 8 ...
... info and said that I must see Budapest by night too. She left I sorted my bag and headed out. It's a 15 minute walk to the town square with food stalls and street acts dotted around. It has a tough hard look to it but as you did deeper it's just a front and more a sign of the economic situation but as you hit the centre it's just a normal city. For anyone that knows me I love bridges and there are some wonderful ones here stretching across the Danube, it is a beautiful city ...
... We also went by the City Park and visited the Hero's Square. In the afternoon, we went on our own to explored this pretty city. We walked over to the Grand Market where local people buy their produce, dairy and meat daily. On our way back, we passed the pedestrian only Vaci street over by Vorosmarty Square. A quick withdraw of Hungarian Florian from ATM netted me over $200, a little more than I intended to spend ...
... spent with these BEAUTIFUL people to anything. We ended up spending two full days together soaking in the views of Budapest and the Hungarian countryside. We spent hours laughing together, while narrowly missing almost every single mode of transportation we took that second day (train, then ferry over, then ferry back). We lingered on bridges, and huddled like penguins; shared in the views, and grabbed beers instead of stressing about ...
... East. Tolstoy's rural idyl disappears as we enter Brasov. Urban clothes lines dry clothes across the road from concrete flats. Last time we saw people crossing the road to reach their washing lines was in the Rhonda Valley we both say. Men in swimming trunks sunbathe at the side of the railway line. Like men with hoes, it starts with two, and then they're all over the place. The guard (Agatha Christie's Chef de Train or only the wagon ...