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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the market we crossed the river to the Buda side of the city to climb to the Citadella lookout point which is the top of a fortress with structures built right into the side of the cliff walls. This location provided a fantastic view of the city, and since the Pest side of the river that we overlooked is relatively flat you can see almost everything. On the way back down we decided it was high time to stop for a snack and restrooms and found a little café where I ordered the ...
... if people had been tiring or freaking out, we wouldn't have gotten to see as much of the cave as we did, which is why when I realized I had a minor health issue that nobody could do anything about while we were still in the caves, I kept my mouth shut and adventured on. It turned out to be the right choice.
I have to say that I highly recommend the cave tour to anybody who is not claustrophobic and has full range of bodily motion. It was a ton of ...
... show we got nice and close to the action, big mistake... Gary was busily updating photos when he was invited up to perform a strange chair moving, hat swapping dance (refer pics) no matter how much he protested they were having none of it! Next it was the ladies turn to help entertain the guests, I was fortunate enough to only have to sit with a bottle of booze on my head so that wasn't too ...
... for several days in the Balaton Lake area in Hungary where he knew we would find decent camping, excellent quiet rural cycling and some time to sit and reflect on where we had been and what we had done in the past 3 weeks.
Eastern Europe was lovely for the lack of people and crowds and slickness. It was refreshing in that way. We always made sure we visited the smaller shops that were run by local artists with beautiful artwork made by the artists in ...
... m not sure why, but all of the animals were extremely curious and active, wanting to see us and figure out what we were doing. Literally the moment you walked into the room, the animals head perked up, then they ran over to the window, edge of the cage, or the walk way to see you. To be honest, it scared me a few times. The most prominent time was with the lemurs. When I walked into the lemur room, there was no staff there ...