Stacio Airport Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... not being much of a fan of organ music, and entirely fed up with historic church interiors after 10 years in Europe!). Jordan and Gail spent a morning at the historic City Market, which is three floors of wonderful fruit, meat, Hungarian delicacies, and of course souvenirs. Richard decided he'd done more than his fair share of shopping this holiday, so stayed back at the apartment in the relative cool of a chair between two fans. And speaking of temperature, ...
... which was a bit much for the boys, and then we were interrupted by Eniko and David who came to bring us a few things. A bottle of another Hungarian specialty, David said it is much better than the Palinka - I guess he was not as interested in Eniko's dad's liquor stash as she is. (And just to clarify, my hour away from the house involved a tour of the liquor collection in the basement, watching the workmen with cigarettes dangling from their mouths checking out ...
Meeting my daughter, grandchildren & sister at the Rome airport. To begin our month in Italy. I'm really looking forward to seeing them and sharing this part of the journey with family.
I was up and ready to go extra early. Our taxi was also early, so we enjoyed the 30 min. ride to the Budapest Airport.
The airport is quite small and old looking. Our driver dropped us off at Terminal 2A (Sharon's terminal) and pointed to the ...
... in Hero's Square where our guide gave us a lot of information about Hungary's history. The tour continued by taking us to the Opera House, Parliament, Freedom Square (which holds one of the few remaining Soviet monuments and a statue of Ronald Reagan), and ended at Saint Stephen's Basilica. I would definitely recommend doing a guided tour through this part of the city. When we were finished with Pest, we had about an hour before the Buda tour started. We met a ...
Well, we are home at 1:00 am on the 24th, after a series of events. It began with an email canceling our flights our last night. They re-booked them, but we did not need to be at the airport so early. However it was Sunday and they could not reach our driver, so we bucked up and got up at 3 am to meet the driver at 4 am and go on to the airport in Budapest. Our flight was supposed to be at ...