Ramada Resort Aquaworld Budapest
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
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... Hemingway’s just a couple doors down from our hotel so we thought we would give that a try before dinner. The reviews mentioned that the place was so busy that reservations were an absolute must but we foolishly thought that might just be when the weather is nice or something, and boy were we wrong. We were considered the “lucky” ones because they allowed us to stand inside the doors and wait for a table so while we waited we had the chance to ...
... lights. Budapest is a beautiful city!!
After breakfast this morning we took a city bus tour provided by the cruise line. It went to many of the same places as we had biked, but nice to hear another tour prospective. A cloudy day today, bit rainy and cooler, but no problem for walking around. We will leave for our first port, Bratislava, in a couple of ...
... for is the greatest poverty.
There is a terrible hunger for love. We all experience that in our lives - the pain, the loneliness. We must have the courage to recognize it. The poor you may have right in your own family. Find them. Love them."
Lets take time to pause, to look up from our days agenda, to notice, to listen, to love.
To permit God to tap us on the heart and gently interrupt us and rearrange our day, that we might demonstrate ...
This morning we decided to head out to the Citadel on top of Gellert hill to get a good view of the city. We walked to the Elizabeth Bridge from our flat, then decided it would be fun to walk across it. The views from the bridge were cool, as well as the view of the suspension bridge itself. At the foot of the bridge in the Buda side, we hiked up the side of the hill a tiny bit to a monument of St. Gellert, the hill being named after him. He was thrown into the Danube from around this ...
... and an amazing view of the Danube, Buda Castle, Parliament and Chain Bridge. We introduced ourselves to the Viking Cruise Representative and got reservations for 2 local “non-tourist” restaurants for the next couple of nights. Well the first one was a real hit. We had a great local wine, amazing dinners
including my choice, Duck Breast with mashed potatoes, orange sauce ...