Corvin Point Hostel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... lace, handbags, souvenirs plus much more including fresh produce and meat....an abundance of colour and atmosphere. We spent an hour there (could have been there MUCH longer) before heading off to catch the bus again to take us to the castle district. There we saw the Imperial Palace and Matthias Church (a mind blowing interior of incredible paintings covering wall to ceiling...ornate alters....a museum of Hungarian treasures. It also ...
... area and had a driving tour of the major sights in Pest. We then left the bus and walked to the Parliament Building and saw the changing of the guard. Saw a monument to Imre Nagy who was drafted to lead the 1956 Uprising and another statue of Ronald Reagan, obviously well liked in Eastern Europe. We then went to another church, St. Istvan's Basilica. After that the tour was going to the Great Market Hall, but ...
... up picnicking on the train ride back with our own supplies of bread, cheese, mustard and sausage. We did find reasonably cold cokes....a treat in Europe:) We hopped off at the bridge in Buda and got on the tram back toward the House of Terror. This is a museum about Nazi and Soviet Communist oppression and occupation in Budapest. You start at the top and work your way down. It has scary music ...
... up having to rush back over to the ticket office, make a new purchase, and get back to the loading station in time. Thankfully, there was a nice young lady on the same train as me who helped me work though the train connections back to Vajta. Experiences like the train ticket debacle paired with the overwhelming beauty and culture of the historic city of Budapest made the trip such a memorable thrill and adventure. Hopefully I'll be back to visit the city ...
... wines. Gruner Veltiner (white) wine is Austrian and goes well with light vegetables like asparagus and artichoke, but also with cheese - IMHO.
Our arrival on the ship was a bit early, so we had to wait until our staterooms were ready. However, the restaurant was serving lunch, and the lounge also had snacks, and the ...