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October 30, 2013
Today we had another long day of travelling. We flew from Krakow to Berlin to Budapest. 2 short flights with a long layover in between. We got to our hotel in the late evening and were stoked to find a fully equipped apartment. Who ever thought they would hear us say that we are excited to do laundry and go grocery …
... and headed back to quickly ship out to Richie's house which was subway ride and a few change overs away. The subway and public transport in Budapest is interesting! You need to validate your ticket in the little box (like most places in Europe) but then they also have masses of guards at the top of all the escalators to check your tickets. (Such a boring job). They make a bee-line for tourists and pocket the fine for themselves so we had been warned to make sure we do it right. A lot ...
... began with a delicious breakfast on board ship followed by a tour of the city. Pest is the modern side, with shopping, restaurants, and entertainment. Buda being the more traditional, and some would say, more beautiful, side of the city with its castles & fortifications towering on high. We were driven around Pest to see some beautiful monument squares, the huge ice rink, the only bath house with outdoor springs and the 3rd largest synagogue in the world. ...
... circus and the zoo (about to close down due to lack of interest, unfortunately) before going back to one of the art museums for lunch. There, we were served a traditional Hungarian goulash with bread. I actually liked it quite a bit more than the Austrian goulash; the one we had in Budapest is a little more brothy and a lot less tomato-y.
We still had much to do after our little stop. We biked back up the main road and across the river, which ...
... in Budapest and I was have been overjoyed to stay longer.
It is my favourite place I have been.
The eclectic nightlife. The fact you can go to a rave in a century old turkish bath or a club in a delegated apartment building.
The contemporary art scene is pumping. And the museums are fascinating. The House of Terror, a museum to the Soviet and Nazi occupation of Hungary set in the old secret police ...
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