Regency Suites Hotel Budapest
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... I know he is loving this time, and it actually feels good to have been able to share it. Erica is also much more relaxed and Alex is smitten. They seemed to have developed a special bond which is lovely. Charley is also enjoying being with her and I think for Erica, having 2 little girls around is a novelty. Both dad and Erica are less bothered by the noise, chaos and constant badgering that goes with travelling with 3 young kids. This has been a relief too.
... ve heard so much over the years. But seeing it, walking undèr the gate that says, like Dachau, ARBEIT MACH FREI -- and knowing that work is not what this is about and never was going to be -- is walking into a different place in your head. I shivered when I walked under the gate.
We got there early, before the mandated groups, and joined the first English tour. They are done vèry quietly, you hear the guide in your earbuds, no shouting, no follow ...
... backpackers. Notably a girl from London who's mom is a partner in assurance at PwC! I wish we had more time in Budapest since I'm finally learning the ways of the city, but it's off to Barcelona tomorrow morning! Looking forward to making the switch from beer to wine. And excited to be in beach cities for the rest of the trip. Thank you for following my journey throughout Europe so far! Half of the trip has flown by & I can't wait to see where the next half takes ...
... we headed up to the Citadel for a spectacular 360 degree view over the city. We also had a suitably Hungarian lunch of bread with 3 different dips – tomato, onion and paprika – and then walked down a winding path through parkland to the Gellert Hotel. This was the grandest health spa hotel of the Belle Epoch. It is beautiful inside but is now in need of ...
My trip to Budapest started out with waking up at 3am on Friday morning to catch the 3:30am bus to the Pisa airport. The whole hour and a half drive was terrible due to the fact there were annoying drunk people heading back to Pisa after a fun night in Florence. When we finally arrived at the airport Jenna, Stephanie, and I went to have breakfast and of course, a cappuccino at the little cafe attached to the airport. Our flight finally started to board at 7:30am and we were ...