Regency Suites Hotel Budapest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a small tunnel and lots of stairs for climbing. There are also plenty of trails, so Laura and I went walking, while the boys climbed - the better to ignore them. But everyone got some exercise, and we had enough fun to return on Thursday between school and Hungarian lessons.
Friday the boys and Laura tried walking home from school. It was cold, but dry and the boys in particular needed more exercise before we agreed to a quiet Friday ...
... clip here. Even Playboy have done a photo shoot here.... (shh don't tell Max as he is still getting over the red light district visit). It is amazing. It is unconventional and it's called Brody House. And I love it.
The boys say it is like camping as it has no TV! They can only relate to one other camping experience where Don took them to Novotel Twin waters for a Dad's and Lad's weekend. For the record, there is wifi at this camping experience ...
... then re docking in Budapest. We the went to the Lounge to listen to Gabor the pianist/singer and have beers of course.
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The Liberty Statue or Freedom Statue is a monument on the Gellért Hill in Budapest. It commemorates those who sacrificed their lives for the independence, freedom, and prosperity of Hungary. Opened: 1947
The Citedal, the fortress on top of the hill, was built by the Habsburgs between 1850 and ...
... first though, a lot of people might not know that Budapest is split in half by the Danube river and that the name of the city is actually a combination of the areas that it separates. Buda is on the west side of the river; Pest is on the east side. I had the pleasure of staying in Pest, near the train station.
Budapest is a fairly large city, and because I like to walk so much, boy, did I do a lot of walking. So much so that I’m wearing out the built-in insoles of my ...
... lifted the mat, picked up the key left under it, as you do, and unlocked the door. He indicated to us that we go right through and out to the outdoor terrace on the other side. From here we had lovely views over the village to the Danube and the hills beyond. We sat at a long wooden table and Adam served us more wines in lovely glasses. The Gruner Vetliner here was magnificent. Three more wines and all I wanted was a bed under the tree but no rest for ...