Budapest Easy Flat
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... protests there daily and there will be until it's taken down. We didn't see anyone protesting, but we did see police on site that are always guarding the area and act as a deterrent for demonstrators. Overall, we enjoyed the tour and the insight our guide provided about what life was like during a very important time in Hungary.
At night, we wound down with a dinner in one area of the city and then off to a popular "ruin bar" to enjoy a drink.
... the tourists came along and started kicking them and putting their feet in them and taking smiling selfies, felt a little uncomfortable! Went for an amazing meal at the 'Buddha bar' and had an interesting walk home as the metro station closed and no trams were working back to our hostel, looking like we were heading to the dodgy neck of the woods we asked a taxi to take us back to our hostel, he laughed and got back in his car. He said it was only five minutes away so ...
... throughout the night. I think i did a pretty good job =p.
We went to 4 pubs and a nightclub as the final destination. We went to both regular pubs and ruin pubs (all were pretty cool). It was jsut after 3am by the time we were heading to the nightclub and I was ready to sleep so I skipped out on the final destination. I tried a local shot called Palinka. There are several (some places have up to 65) ...
... were more shops upstairs and downstairs but by this time we had only 20 minutes until they closed. Bummer& #55357; Captain's farewell dinner on board was very good. We sat at a table that accommodated 8 from our group. We had the noisiest table there. What a riot!!!! After dinner we were treated by the Budapish opera troup. The violinist was incredible. Later we went up to the deck and ...
... fact: Budapest has the oldest underground system in Continental Europe!
We finished up at the Basilica. More trivial facts: Many films are shot in Budapest, as it is cheaper than other European countries. One of the most recent was the latest Die Hard movie, set in Moscow. (They changed all the street signs to Russian).
I went back quickly to change and then headed off to the Erkel theatre by tram. The Erkel theatre is also not in a ...