Buda Castle Fashion Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
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... by the name of Magdi. She fed us like only a grandmother could. Decadently. Part of the $16 AUD per night included breakfast everyday, which consisted of a selection of meats, cheeses, bread and vegetables as well as a two course traditional Hungarian dinner. She was so lovely she even made us a packed lunch for the bus ride to Eger. Although she spoke no English and us no Hungarian, we became very familiar with decoding messages from Google Translate such ...
... were tiny, unlit, windowless rooms, and some of them looked like the spiked Medieval torture chambers where you could not sit down, but only stand. The most haunting part of the bottom floor was the execution rooms. Various gallows were left throughout the bottom floor, and each had an audio recording of someone speaking in Hungarian (with English translation) about either a person who was executed or a lucky prisoner who escaped, describing the process of an ...
... and then apply mud/plaster on the interior walls of the apartments. A couple of ladies busy sealing and staining boards to be used at the end gables. Concrete removers who are now mixing and hauling by wheel barrow cement to one apartment for a new floor. Brick layers who were repairing walls missing bricks and securing doors and fireplace stove openings. Tomorrow is a day off, cultural day, we will be heading out to the country in a team ...
... massively. We walked across Margaret Bridge and over over to the Pest side and back to our hotel where we enjoyed a beer before a sound sleep. The next day was Saturday and the weekend! On very good advice from the Hotel Staff we headed up Gellert Hill to the National Gallery and the History Museum and the Hungarian Wine and Food Festival! We spent a good several hours enjoying local wine, food and wandering the ancient city walls and Fisherman's Bastion. Our ...
... statues together in one place as opposed to throughout the city. If you wanted to, you could buy all sorts of Communist themed souvenirs, including military hats. It was interesting to see the kitsch factor of items that were once so hated in the West.... It got quite hot as we waited for the return bus, so by the time we got back home, Jim was ready for a little nap. While he rested, I went out for a little shopping trip through the Jewish quarter and Vaci Street. I didn't find ...