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Travel Blogs from Budapest
... went to the rear of the Rudas baths to see the Turkish portion more clearly. I remember another Turkish bath nearby from my last two visits but I couldn't find it this time
On the Gellert Bridge I could see the white Elizabeth Bridge by the Rudas ...
... goulash on it... Can't wait to make it at home! We then walked down some more shopping streets and found a restaurant for dinner, they also had a tourist menu which started with our favourite goulash and followed by a snitzel and chips, it was a bit average but it was food and I was hungry! Lol by now we were so sleepy from only having 2 hours of sleep so we headed back to the hostel to get ready for bed and having an early night before getting on the bus for the first time on this ...
... It creates a super edgy and funky appearance. Very cool. None of us were feeling particularly rowdy so we enjoyed some sheesha and sat back with a few drinks. An odd quirk with the club was that there was a carrot lady? She came around and sold everyone carrots. Very strange. We wondered home early in the morning ready for the next day.
Feeling refreshed and ready to go we began day two with breakfast at the hostel. It was a nice assortment of fruits, ...
... the cultural and architectural significance of the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrássy Avenue.
Then we took a short walk along the River Danube and could even take pictures with the statue of a girl that looks like a boy. We were told she was a daughter of one of the Hungarian kings and touching her knees should bring us a good luck.
Then we walked to the Erzsebet square where another interesting statue can be found. It is the ...
... sights of Krakow. I downloaded a few pages of info on my phone so I was able to do a self-guided tour. We were meeting up at 2.50pm to catch a bus out to the Kopalnia Soli Wieliczka ( Krakow salt mine), so by the time I left I only had about 2 and a half hours to see the wonders of Krakow (including walking time to get in and out of town. So basically I really had to get a move on. I bumped into a lady from the trip in town (Beth), and I had to politely mention to her that I would ...
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