Travel Blogs from Budapest
... apparently they aren't actually guarding anything. After the castle we wandered around to Matthais Church a white Gothic Style church with an amazing roof covered in tiles, so so pretty! Next to the church is Fishermans Bastion which actually looks like a mini Disneyland, you will see in the pics it was very cute! For the last part of the tour we ended up inside the Hilton hotel (which looks very dated form the outside). We were so stoked with the tour, in 3 ...
... pool where it wasn't as hot and it had a really big and fast whirlpool which gave me a nice bruise on my back. Around two we decided that it was time to leave, we got changed and walked back to the bus stop. We had just missed the bus so we had to wait for a whole hour in the freezing cold. Our bus finally came and it took us to where we needed to get off for market hall. We had to walk for a while though and we were really tired. ...
... walk to the beach from the bus station. We opted to take a taxi instead of making the trek with our bags after a long bus ride. We found the hostel which was just behind a mosque and had a terrace overlooking the ocean. We never did see a guy named Steve, but where given a room by a nice old lady who probably was Steve's mother. We settled in and went and heard the call of prayer from the mosque just before sunset from our terrace. We went out in search of a good place to eat ...
... talking. It made me feel like I really was in Rome. I'm glad to announce that I am almost 100% better. I have coughing spell in the mornings and then sometimes during the day but it's so much better than it was before. But my poor roommate is super sick and a bunch of others are getting sick. So, hopefully I won' recatch anything and hopefully they all get better. So thanks for your prayers! Rome is beautiful and I am so excited I get to spend my birthday here! Time is flying by!! That's it for now ...
... the cold pools. A tad pricey at $25 each, but it made for a really nice day.
If we were on shorter trip, we would probably only allocate three days to Budapest, as it's easy to get around and the sights are located in a compact, easily walkable area. The architecture is stunning - it was a visual pleasure to stroll through. With a population of 2+ million, I felt like it was a mini version of Paris with a mini price tag as well.
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed