Buda Castle Fashion Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... up with yoghurt, cornflakes, orange juice and coffee, I decided to check out the shops. The temperatures in Budapest for the next 10 days are going to be between 35 and 40, so you need an airconditioned place to be able to escape the heat. I got two of them a short walk away, plus my room has aircon if I need it. I planned to take in a few classical concerts while I'm here so was looking for a white shirt with a collar, which I managed to find ...
... in Croatia.
Proximity to the Metro system (20min walk and on a bus route) is a bonus of the Arena Camp location. Trains run every few minutes, into the city centre. Unlike many undergrounds, the trains are a social meeting places. Groups of young people travel chatting amongst themselves in animated but not intrusive tones. Lots of people chatting on mobiles too. The ...
... for a while in the playground and on the soccer field (playing around the dead goat). Akos made some phone calls, don't know if he was trying to arrange a ride back to school, or if he was letting the school know we would not be back by his 11 am estimate (since it was no 11, and we were on the far side of town). From the park we walked past Sarlotta's house - she came outside with a colander and paper so that everyone could see the eclipse (it got past 50%, so it got ...
... us called St Gellert, which Lonely Planet likened to swimming in a cathedral! I’m not sure I would quite describe it like that, but it was a marvellous experience and incredibly relaxing afternoon. St Gellert is one of the older and larger thermal baths (although by no means the biggest), housed in a lovely old building with stained glass windows and lovely marble floors and statues. During the week there are separate male and female bathing areas, but on the weekends it was ...
... buildings. This place is rich in history and has undergone a huge transformation since it's freedom from communism in the late 1980's . We also toured the outer city, stopping in a regional area to shop and eat. Goulash soup was a must and was yummy! Later at night we dined on a water restaurant ferry on typical Hungarian fare while cruising the Danube. This was really special as the night lights really bring the river and buildings ...