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... city albeit with beautiful architecture. The buildings no doubt stood proudly at one time, but they are now black with soot. All the same, my first impression of Budapest is positive and I am looking forward to the next few days here. We have extra time in both Budapest and Istanbul so we will be able to go at a more leisurely pace from now on. That starts now I think. We might have a rest before showering and getting out and about. ... I ended up falling asleep. Pudd wanted a nap. ...
... some of their figurines which were truly amazingly detailed and life like. True works of art I thought. Janet met me at the bike shop, only to hear that my bike would only be ready tomorrow :(, my poor feet! We decided to pick up our bags which we had left when I took the bike and thankfully I ...
... 8220;96 something’s” a lot in this celebration!) The Hungarian Parliament is a vast governmental center on the Danube with a remarkable exterior and an even more remarkable interior. Gold ceilings, moldings and cornices are everywhere along with the Hungarian Royal Crown with the tilted Cross.
According to Wikipedia and our guide book:
During World War II, the crown ...
... to divide by. I didn’t have any of the local currency yet, so I couldn’t get any extra food either.
Finally made it to the hostel, which was good. The lady at the reception told me to come in and put my bags down and relax for a bit. I sent the hostel an email the night before telling them I wouldn’t be able to make it. I asked her if I could pay for my previous night’s ‘not’ stay, and she said not to worry about ...
... and different) way to spend a bit of time.
Still buzzing from our last second triumph at Claustrophilia, Kim and I walked to Cafe Eklectica only to find it was now derelict. When I had visited Budapest before, I had eaten an awesome dish of braised beef cheeks, whilst being plied with Schnapps. I had been hoping for a repeat performance, but it was not to be. This had blow a bit of a hole in our plan for the evening, so we stopped for ...