Shui Conference - Budapest, Hungary - July 27-30, 2007
|Sacred Sites of Budapest Tour
|July 27-29, 2007
|July 30, 2007
|July 31-Aug. 2, 2007
|August 4-7, 2007
Budapest has very reasonably priced hotels and accommodations
and an easy destination to fly to from anywhere in Europe. For
example, Easy Jet has 30 GB pound tickets from London leaving 2-3
times per day.
HOWEVER- BOOK early- it’s the summer holiday session so
it is a busy time of the year- plus our venue location is the best
area in Budapest!
We highly recommend this hotel
Simple, clean and very close by to our conference venue:
Approx US $100-150 per night
Twin share available
Ph +36 1 212 0269
Contempory comfort at the absolute heart of Castle hill.
Here are some great websites to search for HOTELS
IN BUDAPEST and to compare rates:
These hotels above are still on the BUDA side of Budapest
So our venue is still easy to get to, either a walk or a short
taxi or bus or train ride
GIVE YOURSELF A TREAT HOTEL….
most famous thermal spa is the Gellert
Furdo located at the Gellert Hotel
|Soaking in this Art Nouveau palace
has been likened to taking a bath in a cathedral.
|Danubius Hotel Gellert
1111 Budapest, Szent Gellert ter 1.
|Prestigious, old hotel on the banks of the
Danube River within walking distance to the heart of Budapest.
Facilities include the famous Gellert Thermal Bath with sparkling
bath, wave bath, steam bath, outdoor swimming pool, sun terrace,
sauna, solarium, and beauty parlor
|You can still get good room rates from US $150
Try some of the website mentioned above and compare rates with
the hotel rates at
Budapest is an easy destination to fly to from anywhere in Europe.
For example, Easy Jet has 30 GB pound tickets from London leaving
2-3 times per day.
Budapest is now part of the EEC and so generally there is no need
for visa etc. (South Africans do need a visa.) All you need is
a valid passport.
Malev is the national airline (Hungarian Airlines) www.malev.com they
have some flights directly to Budapest from the USA (sometimes
very cheap flights from NYC) and many parts of Europe.
With the advent of so many no-frills carriers in both the USA
and Europe, there are plenty of cheap tickets available to a variety
of gateway cities
If traveling from anywhere outside Europe, it is best to compare
prices with various websites and airlines e.g.
Note: Vienna’s airport is only 3 hours
away by bus and 5.5 hrs away by riverboat.
Note: The Budapest airport is approx 35 mins.
Taxi drive into the city. Approx. fee is US $40-50. Buses
are available also. Change some money at the airport so you have
some local cash for transportation and taxis.
Local money is called the Florint (Ft)
Approx 250Ft= 1 E, 194 Ft=US, 358Ft=GBP
Weather and what to bring info:
Warm to hot- with perhaps some cooler breezes in the evening.
Wear and celebrate COTTON! Smart casual attire- with dress up evening
for the Saturday night River Cruise. Pack passport, notebook, sunglasses,
sun hat, camera, toothbrush and a happy face.
MUST SEE SITES AROUND
Great info on sites, events, hotels, and location of all spa thermal
baths, museums, famous cathedrals etc.
Also check out: http://www.talkingcities.co.uk/budapest_pages/
Great section on Budapest Hungarian history, sightseeing and shopping
Budapest Tourism Office
Hungary has over 100 thermal baths and many are attached to hotels
with wellbeing packages.
At the Gellert Furdo in Budapest you can soak in palatial elegance
surrounded by tiled mosaics and stained-glass skylights. At Bubble
up at the Szechenyi Furdo (turn of the century) in the City Park
in Pest (part of Budapest) where you can bath in the open air.
No Central European could imagine a trip to Budapest without at
least one session in thecity`s fabled thermal waters. The art nouveau
Hotel Gellért is the most glorious of themany bathhouses
- others are 16th-century Turkish baths. If you spend time in Budapest,
at least a part of it should be at the soothing thermal spring
baths. The Romans reaped the health benefits of hot springs here,
but it was during the 16th- and 17th- century Turkish occupation
that the bath culture was developed. Some of these spas are still
in operation today. The Király, the Rudas and the Rácz
are the finest examples.
But there is an array of baths from more recent Hungarian times,
such as the wonderful Art Nouveau Gellért Baths at the luxurious
Gellért Hotel. And the Lavish Széchenyi Baths in
the City Park. You will also find plenty of thermal hot springs
and wells throughout Hungary. There are nearly 1,000 of them in
the country, spewing in towns such as Bük, Balf, Gyula and
The abundance of medicinal waters in Budapest is unparalleled
even by international standards. The hot springs on the Buda side
were used by the Celts and the Romans, and the name of Aquincum
may also refer to the springs. (The name may be a derivation from
the Celtic word for 'water', or come from the Latin aqua quinque,
Hotels which offer luxury accommodation and medical treatment
are: Hotel Aquincum*****, Thermal Hotel Helia****, Thermal Hotel
Margitsziget****, Gellért Hotel****.
More info on the thermal baths in Buapest click here.
Gerbeaud café- serving coffee and cake
V. Vorosmarty ter 7, on the Pest side of town.
The Hydrofoil River trip to from Budapest to Bratislava and Vienna
If you want to see scenic villages, castles, beautiful countryside
from the comfort of your seat then this is the option you may want
to take to travel to Budapest. Or if you are staying longer to
enjoy this city- why not visit some of these beautiful cities.
Vienna takes 5.5 hrs to get to.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE THINGS TO
DO IN BUDAPEST AND A LIST OF MUST SEE SITES
from the last conference
The sharing of ideas and different approaches, I loved the fact
it was so diverse. Just an awesome selection of presenters. I felt
like a kid in a candy store. Robert Delvin, San Francisco, CA
Opening and closing ceremonies were inspiring; I enjoyed the variety
of approaches. I also appreciated the diversity of speakers
and a refreshing emphasis on Sacred Geometry.
Linda Johnson, Sebastopol, CA
The broad range of topics covered by teachers from around the
world really shows how global Feng Shui is.
Kathy Allen, San Francisco, CA
Getting to know Feng Shui practitioners from all over the world
was great. The variety of speakers was excellent.
Tina Mac Lennan, San Ramon, CA
Wow! It was the best-organized conference I've attended.
So much love and care. Patricia Michael, Austin, TX
I enjoyed being exposed to lots of new ideas and new ways of thinking
about our spaces, our health and our lives for us and for others.
I really enjoyed Roger's Intro to Feng Shui.
Sherry Lewis, Los Angeles, CA
I was able to find things I wouldn't have known. I loved the Sacred
Geometry and the opportunity to meet and hear the incredible speakers.
Brenni Larson, Dallas, TX
Meeting all the speakers and people, finding a group of people
with love and open hearts to share with the universe.
A L Theberge, Atascadero, CA
The presenters were just great, fabulous friends, and great networking.
Linda S Steinberg, Dallas, TX
Opening ceremonies was great. I came a long distance to see great
speakers. So much love and knowledge shared. I am happy, well done
Roger and all your team. God Bless. Kaiser Shroff, London, UK
Many things were wonderful - connecting with old and new friends,
opportunity to experience new teachers and to find new paths of
knowledge. Michele Sayres, New York
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or liability for any claims, conditions, products, services, errors
and /or opinions expressed through seminars, workshops, articles,
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We are not responsible for any quality, defects, or refunds of
products available and purchased under your own discretion. All
products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent
We do not take responsibility for property damages, lost items,
and individual injuries.
The organizers may have to change the scheduled timetable due to
any unforeseen circumstances, no refunds are given for any conference
events at that time of the event. Please refer to our cancellation
policy for other times.
You will need to have basic travel insurance if you are attending
any of the sacred site study tours. This you can get from any
travel agent usually for less than $100 for your whole trip.
Many visa and mastercards also have this automatically arranged
sometimes- but you will need to phone them and check to see if
this applies to your card
Due to limited spaces at the conference- and travel arrangements
by international participants, there are no refunds after May
Leading up to May 25th, full refund on any conference event minus
US $100 administration fee.
Budapest tour- full refund minus $50 administration fee leading
up to May 25. After May 25 no refunds.
Transferral of your place may be possible - space permitting. Contact
sponsor for information.
Transylvania tour: due to us having to pre book your airfares-
which do not have any refund policy- full refund minus $175 up
to May 25th. After that date- no refunds are available.
You will need to have ticked our terms and conditions box on our
registration form accepting these policies to be able to register
for any upcoming event.