Regency Suites Hotel Budapest
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... time and did very well. I was about 10 seconds into my ride and a wasp flew into my mouth and bit me. It swelled to about twice the size, it was a little hilarious to see in the mirror. We are very well fed here, jozeph insists we have had much as we can eat. Quite regularly he pours us shots of Unicom and his home made brandy (the strongest shot I've ever had I think). And ...
... it but it was SO GOOD!
Saturday morning, Kev, Bart, Cas and I did the walking tour. Our tour guide told us about a candy bar that they only have in Budapest and is apparently addicting. Our guide said she had already had two that day and it was only 11am! So naturally, wanting to experience the culture fully, we had to get the candy bars. They were dark chocolate with cottage cheese…sounds gross I know, but they actually were surprisingly good! Then ...
... it back the right way; however, we almost got a fine because we had only bought a one way ticket, but since there were 5 of us and we were all clueless, the lady was nice and just told us to go buy another ticket.
We finally got to our hostel, checked in and got settled. Kate came and then we all walked to the city center together. We walked up to the fortress on the hill and went in and looked out from the panorama views, which were gorgeous. It happened to be sunset when we ...
Winter is setting in. It isn't half as cold in Hungary as it was in Prague, or to go back further, as biting cold as it was in the wind of the Lake District in England. It is quite mild, and you can get by fine with long sleeves, a cardigan, and a beanie. It has suddenly felt more wintery because the sun seems to hardly stay in the sky. The sun rises at 7am, but sets at 4.15. Budapest didn't have that romantic orange sunset and almost perpetual twilight as ...
... had to go Infront as I was going at such a snails pace that I actually cried. Thighs ablaze we finally made it, only six more flights of stairs to our hostel and to be greeted with a bathroom accessible from both dorms through two doors with a missing panel in the shower cubicle, a place where your privates aren't so private. There is a key which you can lock both doors with, tried to explain it to an elderly Chinese woman in our dorm. Thinking she'd be the most offended if ...