Ramada Resort Aquaworld Budapest
How has this spa rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... hostel was going to the Szechenyi baths. It's a huge thermal spa, with three outdoor pools, tons of indoor pools, saunas, etc, all at different temperatures. We were there maybe 5 hours and easily could have stayed longer. It was so warm in the outdoor bath and being there at night you can float on your back and look up at the stars, with the steam coming off the water...I almost fell asleep it was so relaxing! The spa is in City Park which also had a Christmas ...
... was a less enjoyable experience for us. It was far more touristy, but more than that, the inside pools looked dirty. Many of them were small and I couldn't help but think how unhygienic they just be. One old man was using a scraper to scrape dead cells off his skin in a tiny little heated pool. Inside too the atmosphere was quite clinical. The rooms were large but there were old white tiles on the walls with exposed paperwork that made us both feel like we could have been ...
AM - Got up late but Lilla was still asleep, late night watching the foot ball ( Argentina v Netherlands) with friends. So headed down Lovohaz utec, the nearby pedestrian mall, in search of breakfast. At 8:30 in the morning most places were still shut but found a small bakery in a basement and shared a yoghurt & salad roll washed down with coffee! Then we headed off to see the Hungarian National Gallery and Budapest History Museum both situated ...
... The handouts and expectations of what the government should give to them sounded so much like home. When you walk the streets of old Budapest you see young people begging. One of the things that struck me since we arrive in Europe is that I have seen only two people who are black. What a contrast to SA. To see the people cleaning the toilets and cleaning up. But poor people have the same look on their faces where ever they are in the world: ...
... that we were on the right side of the stage looking down on the musicians heads for the entire performance. Fortunately you don’t have to see well to have great music.
Today we got to the train for Budapest. It was a fairly uneventful trip. The 2 ½ hour train ride went smoothly and there were taxi drivers that met the train and helped us schlep our luggage out of the ...