Hotel Fabius Panzio
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... primary shopping streets in Budapest, and is also home to some of the city's oldest and famous restaurants. It was fascinating to see the variety of stores and the different eateries,
We returned to book into our room at 2pm. Our room is on the 2nd floor with lovely views out to the chain bridge, the Danube River and the Castle.
Tomorrow we plan to revisit Castle Hill and have booked an adult massage package at the Szechenyi ...
... with walnut & chocolate. I left the tour to wander the streets to see this wonderful city. I decided to walk back to the hotel - no map only the direction I should go in. I thought the hotel was on the left side of the street but alas it wasn't but I didn't realise that until about a half hour pass the hotel when I was running out of roadway!! Attempted to find ...
... The first day we found a great restaurant called the Hummus Market and ate a lot of delicious hummus that we had been craving for a while. That night we went out for some drinks and found an awesome street that was full of restaurants and cafés that had a lot of places to sit outside.
The next day we searched for a library that was supposed to be grand and old but unfortunately those ...
... of going out were ended after eating so much that all we wanted to do was sleep. We didn't go hungry in Hungary. The following day was relaxing as we are returning to Budapest to explore more in a couple months. Spent a couple hours at the house of terror which was used as a political prison during World War Two. The history is very sad and stories told by victims of this time was hard to listen too. More history to learn as we continue on to Polland ...
... 8217;t sure where I was going, and which exact cities I would be in when. In Paris a few more things fell together – I found a cheap flight to the Balkans (Paris -> Pula) so I would be in Croatia. And I found a cheap flight from somewhere nearby-ish to Croatia back to Madrid (Budapest -> Madrid). So I had a starting and ending point for the time. I knew I wanted to see a bit of Croatia, so there’s where I started. I’d sort of hoped ...