- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... survived World War II.
The name of the church refers to King Matthias Corvinus who expanded and embellished the building in Renaissance style.
He also added the southern high tower (60 m high) called Matthias bell tower that bears the Hunyadi-s coat of arms a raven holding a golden ring in its beak,
Matthias was a much revered ruler of the era and was one of the greatest kings of Hungary.
He was very fond of the arts and sciences and invited ...
... entertainment .. I should complain to the management no breakfast entertainment is laid on... Just other normal guests ! After Donnas trip to designal to buy a new handbag (women have to do these sort of things !) we walked across town, the Danube with the intention of catching the funicular up to the castle area ... We soon changed our mind when the queue (in the baking sun) was around 20 minutes... So we took the hard way up... Steps. At least ...
... and tried various fish dishes. The name of the restaurant told a story "chicken fish" see picture. Next came an 1970's vintage pub where we sat and drank spritzer ... Air con yippee !! It turns out the UK girl has been on all of the intrepid tours we have, Bali, China etc etc - what a small world, and one of the Spanish girls was I. Charge of the venice wine and nibbles tour we loved so much. She immediately texted with our picture our guide at the time. She ...
... local pate and smoked meats and honeycomb. After showers and packing, we hit the road for the 398km drive to Buda and Pest. Our longest drive of this trip and probably the dullest (scenery wise). Gone are the amazing sheer vertical mountain ranges of the alps that we had been come accustomed to, and hello dry flat plains. We left Austria and crossed the boarder to transit through Slovenia and into Hungry. Occasionally we came across massive fields of sunflowers, but the sun was in ...
... 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 ...