Bara Junior Hotel
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... quite lovely and for once it really was nice to relax. Despite the fact I’ve been on holiday this last month, our trip really has been non-stop and I couldn’t remember the last time I had sat down and done absolutely nothing. But the ‘relaxing room’ as luxurious and modern as it was (even with hammocks no less) and away from the masses in the outdoor pools and thermal baths was a bit too warm and although perfectly pleasant, the herbal tea and fruit and ...
... Buda and Pest together. Which made Budapest.
On that day we say that there was a boat ride down the river. We walked around the town again and for dinner we went to a bar/restaurant.
We went to a really big park. Can you guess what we did first? PLAYGROUND BUDDY!
It was so fun. We were eating and ducks and birds came over. They were annoying.
Today is April fools day.
As soon as I wake ...
Sam and I got to the Godollo market as everyone was closing up, but there were still two vendors with some flowers. Sam picked out a little Easter basket with one pansy and some fuzzy baby chicks in it and the man laughed good naturedly at our limited interaction in Hungarian. We decided to walk back by way of the climbing tree and through the park. Sam didn't stop to climb because there were too many kids on the tree already, but he ...
Budapest is really the centre of Eastern Europe and and is underrated compared to Prague, Paris or Vienna. It's really a stunner. The city is bisected by the Danube River and was once two cities: the hilly Buda and the flat Pest. They are now connected by a network of bridges. The Buda side is dominated by the Castle, the Citadel and Universities, while Pest is comprised of Leopold Town and the Town Centre. Most of the architecture of Budapest dates to 1896 and its millennial ...
... with the locals but they took it as a confusing in language rather then anything suspect. The women were jovial and sated with drink and awaiting their food. They were listening to a terrible radio station that played music several years out of date (a phenomenon that seems to persist from place to place in Budapest), this time allowed them the opportunity to take in their surroundings for the first time since they arrived. The walls ...