Budapest Easy Flat
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... day discovering new Christmas markets that were tucked down the narrow cobblestone streets and doing a little Christmas shopping of our own. We of course had to cross the famous Charles Bridge, one of the oldest bridges in the Czech Republic. All along the bridge are 30 different statues representing various patron saints. In the old days every person crossing the bridge was required to stop and say a prayer at each of the statues so there was no such thing as a ...
... glad we had kept it. The restaurant is one of the best in Budapest- old fashioned with lovely service and superb surroundings. As it was a Friday we were also treated to a live band playing wonderful Hungarian music but also requests. It was our chance to have a dance to "our song", which is Spanish Eyes- Ok not to everyone's taste but a romantic song as far as we are concerned. Two of us chose the Chef’s table, a ...
... commute by Metro- super easy! It's interesting how similar the layout of the store was to ours, although they have a revolving door that I almost went around in twice.... Not a result of the champagne, I'm sure... After we bought the replacement glass, we got a hot dog each as a treat. I accidentally put chilli ketchup on mine instead of regular, so we had a good laugh at how spicy mine was... Then it was back home on the Metro. Tomorrow, off to Gellert mineral baths for an anniversary ...
... at that time was you cannot move your head sideways but only look straight. Was built by Frank Jozef 1. Only the fireplace has his initials. The inside is all gold and they used 2.7kg of gold to plate it at that time. We then walked to the jewish synagogue and the holocaust musuem. Then another walk to Hungarian National Musuem. All the 3 places were closed as it's easter Holidays all over. We came across so many stately ...
... option – even with the big burly security men on the door. Enter through a maze of doorways and plastic curtains, and you’re in a rabbit warren of rooms and bars and quirky artefacts. Want to sit in half a bath? This is the place to do it (although it didn’t look like the comfiest of seating options). Want a shisha water pipe with a range of fruity flavours? Yep, this is the place. Want to buy a carrot? Um, yes, this is also an option ...