Budavar Pension B&B
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... building rests. (We were staying on the Pest side, which definitely is more happening, and as I understand also more affordable.) Since we already missed the 10am tour of Pest, we definitely wanted to catch the afternoon Buda tour, which was in the hilltop castle complex across the river. We caught the metro across the river and walk up Castle Hill to the walled old town known appropriately as the Castle District. In the ...
... Winery for wine tasting and dinner. The ancestry of the family Schieszl can be traced back to the 18th century. The earliest known member (Martin Schieszl) moved near Buda with his family in the 1720s. They settled down in Budakalász in the beginning of the 19th century. It was János Schieszl who opened the pub, Schieszl Restaurant and Winehouse. The hospitality of the 5th generation owner was outstanding, as was the food.
... stands in another, downstairs was the fish market and "exotic" meat section...lots of gross looking stuff down there. Paprika was a popular item for tourists and the scent of it permeated the atmosphere.
Back on the bus to the "House of Terror", a museum that documents the repression suffered by Hungary under control of Nazi Germany in WWII and following that, communism. Hungary actually came out of WWII wanting to be independent and democratic, but ...
... 17 years, at a rail station in Vienna. From there we travelled an hour to the town of Krems where we picked up our bikes.
Krems is at the start of the Wachau Valley and after navigating our way through the town, following Adam our guide, we were once again like 'Ratty and Moley’ out on the open bike road. These trails make for very easy riding and there were few inclines to speak of and apart from a bit of a headwind, it was really ...
... through the city and tons of people jogging around. It’s nice to see. I walked for about a half hour and found the Hard Rock Café in town! I do love a HRC, so I went in and enjoyed a nice pull pork sandwich. It was nice to have something completely different from the cuisine I’ve been used to for the last few weeks.
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