Hotel Molnar Budapest
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... room in the Houses of Parliament is the sixteen sided central Hall (under the central dome). Here is kept the 1000 year old Holy Crown Of Hungary together with the ceremonial Sword, Sceptre and Orb. It is forbidden to take a photo in that room and three armed guards stand around the room to remove anyone who tries to. No, they are there to protect the Crown jewels made of gold and precious stones ( they were given to America for safekeeping before the second World War, and ...
... to bmw place, met up with Tommy and got dinner. Since it was Friday, I couldn’t have the delicious sausage for dinner, but surprisingly, the vegetarian dish I had, eggs sunny side up with potatoes and spinach, was so yummy! And of course, when in Munich, I had to order a beer! Then we went to check out the Hofbräuhaus, where I had my 1st liter of beer. Although it doesn’t ever count because Cas and I got Radlers, which were half beer half lemonade! Then ...
... vocal with their opinions once you get to know them. [Or maybe before you get to know them - I feel that the Hungarian's do not really hold back on opinions, with both the language teacher and the head of the Fulbright program weighing in with their views (both at least somewhat supportive of Fidesz, while our office mate Istvan is not.) LCB]
After the political debate we had a session on the education system in Hungary, still a lot of German structures, but ...
... design. The boat tour is 1.25 hrs and returned us to the pier. We came home to rest then went to find the Lidl. We got sausage and mustard, which comes in a tube like toothpaste, and cheese buns to have for supper. After supper Cory napped for a while while I watched tv on YouTube, since our tv is only in Hungarian. For a Friday night it was pretty relaxed but we were worn out for the ...
... a fair on the Buda side of the river that was celebrating the holiday. Of course there was lots of good food and drink and people running around in traditional costumes. Later that evening there was a massive fireworks show. The same show was performed in unison in three different spots in the city. They wired speakers all up and down the river and also on the bridges. I found a place on one of ...