The Three Corners Hotel Bristol
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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It was a dark and stormy night, as three young women strolled along the streets of Budapest reminiscing of times past and admiring the city cast in evening splendour. Suddenly, a storm hit that caught all the late evening wanders wholly off guard many were forced to take refuge in cafe's no where near the main parts of town.
Unfortunately for the three women, the only refuge to be found that night was in a small tavern down a ...
... Buda and Pest, separated by the Danube River. We were on the Buda side and so had to cross the bridge every time we wanted to see Pest, which contained numerous interesting sites. There seemed to be a bit of rivalry between the two sides. Apparently there is a saying that people either live on the Buda side or want to live there so we were lucky to be there. The Buda side was also home to Castle Hill. Just a few steps from our front door was the winding staircase ...
... at that time, so it didn't seem that harsh. Comparing my memories with the stories of what went on during the 50's was interesting. Firstly, the location was used by the Arrow Cross, who were installed by Nazi Germany, to round up & interrogate dissidents, mostly Jews. After the Communist party came to power through a series of rigged elections (with the help of the Soviets), it was used by the Communist secret police for similar purposes but with a much ...
The bus trip through the Tatra Mountains and rustic Slovakia was a welcome change. Green mountains, ancient castles, simple villages, road tractors and people who wave at the bus! Today our lunch spot was he location for the local children's festival, where the school children were well dressed and well prepared for their performance. Well made, old wooded houses also occur in this region. Old loudspeakers are seen on telegraph poles ...
... 8217;t feel we’d had the best traditional Hungarian experience, and was also quite pricey for what we had. Still, this is a touristy restaurant in a touristy area, and yes, we are tourists…
Back out into the rain we go. It is dark and feels as if it’s about 10pm. It’s not. It’s about 8 o’clock. But tomorrow is the day for exploring and seeing the sights so we make our way back to the hotel to dry ...