Regency Suites Hotel Budapest
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... little pop-ups in the bombed out remains of a home, a shop. We wandered, peeked in windows, read menus, dodged vespa▀And followed the music, there was some great jazz coming out of this one little place, crammed with 20- and 30-somethings. We walked in, didn't see anyplace to sit, but the music was so good, so we walked to the back room and admired the wall mural, full of faces. We just stood there, pointing out ...
... started later than usual and we had a late lunch. We had another free tour today (the general tour of the city), so we headed to the meeting point right after lunch. The tour took us across the famous Chain bridge up to the palace. We passed by some other key monuments and squares along the way. Since this was a free tour, we climbed the many steps up to the palace for the view of the city. There is ...
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... response. Our first taste of how difficult Hungarian is! I think that one word is burned into my memory now though.Dinner was fantastic. To start, Jamie and I got an amazing bean soup with spicy sausage. It was ridiculously good and one of the best things from the trip. I was chatting to the waiter and asked what he recommended for local food and he promptly guided me to the cabbage stuffed with pork and herbs and spices (kaposzta). They came out like little spring rolls and ...
... the signage lied, iot was over 40 miles and through confusing, motorised caranage of all big city suburbs. Finally hit the centre, starving and with a large thirst for the bad stuff (beer). Upon reaching a little square I recognised from my previous visit we were approached by a randomer asking if we wanted an apartment... Trevs was sensibly dubious but we went along to check it out as it ...