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Travel Blogs from Budapest
Up and out of our expensive (rip-off) hotel for the 10am tour of the Schonbrunn Palace. We had bought tickets on the internet a week ago, so we would not have to queue.
Spent most of the day at the massive palace and gardens. Firstly spent around three hours on the 'Grand Tour' (adults 13.50 euro), which was excellent.
Then had …
First thing this morning we went to the train station to organise our tickets to Poland. We decided to try the overnight sleeper since the journey was around 10 hrs (165euro total). It was actually only a little cheaper than flying but we thought it could be an adventure n the sleeper and also it would save a night accommodation.
Then it …
... of any bar I've ever encountered: retro car parts hang from the ceiling, old armchairs with plush cushions surround dinner style tables, graffiti and posters are plastered across the walls, tree trunks and palm trees tower over the ground floor and the whole bar is lit by an infinite string of lanterns that weave across scaffolding. Let's just say you wouldn't get bored on a bad date here; there are plenty of interesting things to look at (and the drinks are cheap too). As you ...
... into the city. Although I got the distinct impression that she could handle herself, we were going in roughly the same direction and when we both changed subway lines I made sure she knew where she was going before I buggered off onto Line 2, bound for Astoria station.
A recurring theme of recent times is the inability of Google Maps to peg street names correctly. They show Vaci Street as being a parallel alleyway to Vaci Utca, but it turns out that Vaci Street is ...
... doors, as a luxury property, in 2003.
We wandered a lot of side streets today and took in he major shopping streets
The Hungarian State Opera House
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