Stacio Airport Hotel
Travel Blogs from Vecses
Well...I'm here. Progress report; flights - 1, buses - 1, Trains - 1, scalding hot beverages spilt in my lap at 30,000ft - regrettably 1. Aside from heathers drink falling victim to a clumsy stag en route, my first experiences of the Hungarian capital are very good. Sure there was the usual grim disused industrial units visible from the octogenarian locomotive which carried us to Nuygati station, but what ...
... our local guide and went for a little tour around the Buda side before heading to house of Parliament. What an exquisite building! I would definitely recommend taking a tour of this building (as we did). The inside is more like a palace than a parliament house and it is also where the crown jewels are kept! However you get followed round by a security guard who makes sure you don't linger for too long to take photos! After about a 30minute walk around ...
... the country, and many revolutionaries were executed or imprisoned. The Soviets only withdrew after the 1989 demonstrations at Heroes Square.
After the history section of the museum, we checked out the cellars, since the current Royal Palace was built on the ruins of the medieval palace. Included in what remains of the old palace is St. Stephen’s Tower, built in 1320. We left the palace and checked out the ruins of St. ...
... God that girl helped me out). It is not so easy changing and getting everything into your locker and using the watch thing with a 10 month old.
Aaron’s expereinve was no better as he had Ripley who is beside himself by this point and Aaron is trying to get towels which for some reason no one is helping him with. He then finds out he needs this huge deposit to rent the towels – they are already like $5 so I think they are making out pretty well without a deposit. In ...
2012. augusztus 20-án folytatódnak koreai kalandjaim, addig is belekóstolhattok itthon a koreai nyelv rejtelmeibe! Jó szórakozást!
My Korea adventures will continue on the 20th August 2012! In the meantime my Hungarian friends can enjoy the easy Korean lessons I've prepared for them!
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed