The Three Corners Hotel Art
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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P.S. We have figured out the boys school calendar, and just like at home it looks like it does not match with the university calendar at all!
They have off 2/16 – 2/20, 4/3-4/12, 5/1 and 5/25. The end of year festival is on 6/24.
Keith and I teach on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons, so we can travel Thursday afternoon - Tuesday evening even when University is in session. ...
Budapest is really the centre of Eastern Europe and and is underrated compared to Prague, Paris or Vienna. It's really a stunner. The city is bisected by the Danube River and was once two cities: the hilly Buda and the flat Pest. They are now connected by a network of bridges. The Buda side is dominated by the Castle, the Citadel and Universities, while Pest is comprised of Leopold Town and the Town Centre. Most of the architecture of Budapest dates to 1896 and its millennial ...
... with lounge and kitchen which was very welcome after living in hotel rooms for a few weeks so worked out really well.
One of the big things to do in the city is head to the baths which are kind of a mix between the Spa in Bath city and a Dolphin Splashdown! We went to the Szechenyi bath which is one of the biggest, there’s pretty much a pool at every conceivable temperature you can imagine, so if 38 degrees is a bit hot and 36 too cool, you ...
... there was a wall with all the photos of the survivors of the interrogations and some of them are still alive. After the museum we were all a bit upset and shocked so we walked and chatted about it for a while until we reached Heroes Square. The square we saw the Millennium Monument and Monument of National Heroes both of which were very impressive. Lunch was at a wee cafe where I had yummy stir fried veges and paprika chicken, Simon had the traditional paprika ...
... of the apartment. Our apartment has very high ceilings and is tastefully and comfortably furnished. It’s owned by an Irish lady who visited Budapest 20 years ago and loved it so much that she bought this apartment.
We did our usual wander the neighbourhood to get a feel for the place. Daniel had recommended a restaurant not far from here, typically Hungarian, and Mary, the owner, had also recommended it so we decided that as it was late we ...