Evergreen Bed And Breakfast Budapest
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... Great restaurant, highly recommend it. Bruce and I went back there the day before we flew home too. https://www.facebook.com/flyingpuli
Day 3 - oh no! I have to run 42km tomorrow! Not ready :)
Panic! It's the day before the race! Time to rest the legs and take it somewhat easy. So after a cruisey morning we all headed out to Hösök Tere or Heros (near city park) square which is not only a touristic highlight but is ...
... city tour this morning to Hero Square with local guide Barbara. Hero's Square is located in the middle of the square to commemorate the 1000 year old history of the Magyars. Archangel Gabriel stands on the top of the centre pillar holding the holy crown and the double cross of Christianity. The seven chieftains who led the Maygar tribes to Hungary can be seen on the stand below. Statues of kings and other historical figures are erected on the colonnades on either side ...
... the cute little streets towards Matyas Church and the Fisherman's Bastion, all very beautiful and providing excellent views over "Pest" and over the river towards the grand Parliament Buildings.
After exploring the sights Castle Hill had to offer, we walked back down the hill, and through "Pest", where we found a lovely Georgian restaurant selling hachapuris: little doughy "boats" filled with stew. I had one filled with beans and chilli, and Mr H had ...
... they wanted to use a concert hall with its much larger
capacity than their Opera House, to make the economics viable, but
the concert hall could not accommodate normal opera sets.
The sur titles were in Magyar and
German but we know the story fairly well so lack of English did not
worry us. The orchestra was the old Hungarian Radio Symphony
Orchestra now called MR Symphonics. The conductor was Adam Fischer.
... stalls with painted tourist paraphernalia, nick knacks and jewellery Also a row of delish looking Hungarian food stalls selling beer and goulash. Found a couple of presents for the grandchildren.
Then walked across the bridge to the Gallert Thermal Baths. Not that impressed really and overpriced. Couldn't take glasses in so was half blind most of the time. Hot pool downstairs and indoor pool and same ...