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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterflat Youth Hostel Budapest
Probably the best Hostel, The people es really nice, great ubication and very clean. Even they clean my clothes
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... the cigars had smouldered down to the end because the speech lasted so long. The interior is decorated with 84 pounds of gold and houses the Hungarian crown, sceptre, orb and royal sword. The crown is supposedly the one that Pope Sylvester sent to crown Istvan on Christmas Day in 1000. It's had jewels added, as well as a circlet that was a gift from a Byzantine emperor, giving it an east meets west look. The cross on the top is tilted, apparently ...
... football team have fallen a long way since the golden age, which Hungarians still remember fondly (whether they were alive at the time to remember it or not). But it's been a long time since Puskas was king and Hungary were beating the likes of England 6-3. However Hungarians are still patriotic and have a strong sense of national identity. This is underlined by the Hungarian language, which is very distinct, and very difficult to pronounce! Another distinctive aspect ...
... that has even heard of an Eftpos machine. Budapest has been really cool. It's a nice city, huge. But nice. The people seem friendly (except when they are driving) and most do speak at least a little English. The food scene, minus the Langos, doesn't really suit our taste buds but the ruin bar was very cool and the city itself seems lovely. Off to Croatia next, first stop is a night in Zagreb then to Split then to Dubrovnik with a potential night or two on a Croatian island. Very ...
... the RV for some R&R. Tomorrows plan is to tour Pest and its main square, the Jewish Synagogue/Museum, visit a large market area (hopefully to find paprika!) and then over to Buda to see the Citadel and the Gellert Turkish Thermal Baths!
Budapest Day 2
Today Clay's knee was a bit better so we marched up to the Citadel for some magnificent views of the city. Then back down we went to see if we could go to this famous market, but ...
... to the Pest side, when it started to rain - it was a thunderstorm. We decided to stay on the bus until it got back to our hotel area - where we would run for it.
Now back at our hotel, we are settling in for the night, Marg blames me for the rain as I went on this morning how nice the sun was.
We had dinner in the hotel which was absolutely fabulous, can't go wrong with a well cooked steak and vegetables. We returned to our rooms where Marg fell asleep immediately.