Regency Suites Hotel Budapest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of us started laughing.) Finally we walked across the chain bridge to catch the tram back to our car. While waiting for the tram Blake looked up and said "that's where we had lunch when we were here before" Keith started to say "no, no that was over...oh wait, that is the Hungarian academy of sciences!". I have no idea how he recognized it from the outside, I swear the kid seems clueless, but apparently he does in fact notice things.
... fun facts before you go to Hungary: Budapest was settled in 896 by a man (who brought together 7 tribes) who was born of immaculate conception, though supposedly his father was a "dragon bird" (not even joking, check out the statue!) Hungary used to have a coastline, it is now 1/3 the size that it once was Hungarians have invented so many important things - colour TV for example...but the most well known might be the Rubix cube. From the Pest side we ...
Keith and I have been working short days for the last two weeks while the boys are in school. Today I need to stay “late” (until 5 or so :) ) to participate in a prelim exam back home, so I encouraged Keith to stay and work yesterday while I did the school pick up on my own. Keep in mind that Monday is the first day that I drove at all since we got here! Made my way to the school just fine (ok, I had the car in 1st instead of reverse when I first tried ...
... as we were both ravenous by then. Unfortunately we were still munching our pies when the gate opened, so we missed the scrum for the queue for the unallocated seating. This meant that by the time we got on the plane there were no seats left where we could sit together, we were both squeezed into middle seats in different rows. Happily Hazel is a confident flyer and didn't worry, but when we met each other after landing, she looked terrible and said she'd had awful ear pain ...
... its more common name from King Matthias, who ruled from 1458-90, who was a well-known patron of the arts and enlightenment. He was revered for reconstructing the Hungarian state after years upon years of feudal anarchy.
The rain stopped and we were back onto the bus, off to visit another beautifully adorned church, St. Stephen's Basilica. Fifty years in the making, the Basilica of St. Stephen is Budapest's ...