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... up. Unfortunately, where we ended up was a very sketchy neighbourhood with nothing about but rows of very functional, graffiti-daubed tower blocks and scrubland. There was no obvious direction to walk, nobody about and although there were some shops at the bottom floors of the blocks, they were all shut for Saturday afternoon. Standing still seemed a bad idea, so we walked round in a circle for half an hour optimistically looking for unsecured wi-fi, which we did not, ...
... isn't really in these places.
We were so adamant on going out and enjoying some of Budapest's nightlife, however turns out Mondays are relatively quiet nights in Pest! It was getting to about 11pm that night and were finally showered and hungry...Dinner has been getting later and later since travelling, we've really lost our sense of knowing when we are actually hungry as oppose to just pigging out because we can!
Everything was closed by 11:30pm and ...
... museum. Matt knew a few people in the fellowship from his previous visits to Europe but I didn't know anyone. As soon as we walked in people came up to us and introduced themselves and we felt very welcome. The fellowship had organised with the museum for someone to speak to us about their collection of antique bibles. The lady wasn't very far into her presentation when we realised that she was an ex-pastor and had some interesting ideas. I say we, but we ...
... quite funny really. He then organized for a cab to pick us up and said it would be there in a couple of minutes. Ten minutes later and with that train disappearing before our eyes, no cab. Daniel rang to check that the cab had arrived and when we said no cab, another Irish expletive so he rang again for another cab. A minute later a yellow cab zoomed down the road, right past us…..ummm. By now it was 6.55am and a 12 minute ride to the ...
... Jewish quarter. There was a fair amount of buildings with bullet holes in the brick. A remnant of WW2, most of the area was in a slight state of disrepair.
We then visited the more trendy areas with lots of swanky shops, cafe's and the opera There used to be 600 cafe's in Budapest but after WW2 it fell under the Iron Curtain and most of the cafes were changed or closed down. ...