Hotel Fabius Panzio
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... plant a devious seed to make this so. As we all know, to best motivate someone they need to feel like the goal was their idea.
So before I knew it Richard aka "Rich" was coming to Budapest!
We had a fantastic time together, navigating the city and taking in the breathtaking sights. Here is a brief rundown of our days in Budapest.
Day 1 - team united
The adventure started on the 8th of September ...
... a taxi and got us driven to the alternative apartments.
About 15 minutes later, we arrived and we could see that the entire neighbourhood was in the middle of nowhere, away from any Metro station. The taxi driver pulled up into the apartment driveway and Marc and I just looked at each other, both thinking the same thing.
We checked in and got into our room. Well, it was not “very nice” and definitely not of the same quality. What got to us ...
We finally got tickets to take a tour of the parliament building this morning- Saturday is the day to go it seems. It was only the fourth day they had been using the new visitors centre for the start of the tour. It's very sleek and modern, with looping video of historical events. We passed through a new security checkpoint with metal detectors then sited for our tour to begin. We were led up through some back passages then into a very ornate hallway. ...
The countryside is very green they obviously get a lot more rain than we do. First impressions are good. The Hotel Corinthia is opulent with a grand entrance and unlike other hotels it does not disappoint inside the rooms. This is by far the nicest hotel we have stayed in. We were left to ourselves until 6pm when the tour starts with a welcome dinner.
We walked around for a few hours, found a nice eating strip and shared ...
... shopping. Ah...
Tim and I enjoyed lunch at an Italian restaurant which was very good.
We then enjoyed a dinner cruise on the Danube river to see Budapest by night! Magnificent!! It is a beautiful city, there is no doubt...and whilst it's always difficult to gauge a city in 2-3 days....Budapest is the clear winner for me between Prague, Vienna and Budapest.
Next....back to Vienna...but Salzburg this ...