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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sissi Budapest
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... we will need a few days to appreciate this place. That night we headed into town again for some drinks that turned into just that, very mature drinks with some great new company, Laura has discovered the Aperol Spritzer and I stuck to the beers. Day two we walked up to the Citadella for some vistas of the Parliament, Castle, Old Town and Danube. Then we did our favourite thing and wondered through the town, stopping for a 4 ...
... too confortable standing there so much, but it passed. The flight was great, it was fast, the pilot was perfect, and the stewardess were very kind. It took about 1.5 an hour to get there, so we arrived at about 9 pm. Kefalonia is a pretty small island, but we landed safely with the great pilot :) The air was very good, I felt the Sea and the pure air in my lungs felt soo good. A bus was waiting for ...
... this unusual currency I thought the better part of valour was to just admit defeat and let the cashier do it all for me.
It is an easy city to get around and public transport is prolific. There is the underground as well as trams and buses. Language isn’t much of a barrier although many shop assistants and some wait staff aren’t able to speak much or any English but they are friendly after some initial reticence. ...
... great architerure but hardly well kept. Guess it's the post communists decay has been primed up yet. An example would be this beautiful old architecture building opposite the state opera house which hasn't been used. It would be an ideal high end hotel with a street cafe. We then took the metro to Deak Ter. Supposed to head to castle street but we got way laid to walk into a pedestrian area which took us to the Vordsmaryter square. ...
... in Vajta, Hungary. It was nice to start making friends before I even arrived! Overall, I found long distance flight experience to be pretty enjoyable. Even though the time in Hungary is set forward 6 hours from that of New York (Eastern Time Zone), I was able to avoid "jet lag" and adjust quickly. On Wednesday the 29th, I arrived in Budapest airport and was picked up by some wonderful people from Calvary Chapel Bible College Europe (the school I am ...