Budapest Easy Flat
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... time in there as my glasses fog. I really enjoyed the dry sauna though. It has three chambers. The first is 50°, the middle is 50-55° and the last chamber is a wonderfully toasty 72°. I surprised myself by really enjoying the warmest chamber. You can feel the moist air move through your lungs as you breath it in. We are planning to go to another bath again tomorrow, the outdoor bath that is iconic with this city. I am really looking forward to it ...
... ultra modern, clean, quick, and quiet ride is M4 -- a major departure from M 1 (the oldest subway in Europe) and the bus line to Peststerzebet. I wonder why there are not more deaf people in this country with the decibel levels aboard their very busy transit system. We easily navigated our way to Platform 1, to the correct car and correct seats. We are Euro train travel pros now. Not so much -_- When the Hungarian conductor checked our ticket, he told us (and every other ...
... was excellent, local style beef stew and broiled chicken, both dishes served with lots of sweet pickles! After dinner we wandered along the Danube back to the Art'otel for a nightcap in the bar.
The next day we took advantage of the Hop on Hop off buses. First stop was the Market Hall, a large indoor facility that goes way back. While there were lots of kiosks selling tourist items, it was also a true market for the locals. Butcher shops in one ...
... Bridge, never wanting to confuse anyone of course), and up the hill to the the Grand Palace of Budapest and the Cathedral of Mathias. We had happened upon a flyer that mentioned that there was a labyrinth under the palace where they held Dracula captive (the historical count that the vampire myth was born from), so naturally that was the first site of interest for us. We walked down into the grim and dingy tunnels and attempted to understand the stories and history ...
... right opposite the st.stephens church (which is the largest church in Hungray. We then walked behind this row towards the Opera house. Took a guided tour of the Opera house - its built by the same Hosburg empire of Frank Jozef 1 and he wanted it to be done just a shade smaller than the one in Vienna. So they made it smaller but they made the interior grander. The initial chandelier with gas was 3 tonnes and now 2 tonnes chandelier ...