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Wonderful staff, great place to stay with awesome rooms
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We arrived in Budapest after an overnight train. Our hotel was close to the Danube which was great. We purchased a 2day hop-on, hop-off sightseeing bus pass which made it easy to get around. Budapest is actually 3 areas which were combined into the capital in 1873. Buda is on the east side of the Danube, Pest on the west. As with the other countries we visit, I try to get my head around the history of the place. The Romans were here until the 5th century, then the ...
... Fish after which we did copious amounts of cocktails at Incognito before bed.
St Stephen's Basilica:
St. Stephen's Basilica (Hungarian: Szent István-bazilika, Hungarian pronunciation: [sent ˈiʃtvaːn ˈbɒzilikɒ]) is a Roman Catholic basilica ...
We offloaded our rental car and headed to the boat. Easy to spot as there were over 100 bikes lined up on the top deck. We were greeted with Champagne. we headed DOWN to our cabin. The cabin which was 100 euros cheaper as we had only a small window which did not open ! Note to self....PAY THE EXTRA!!! J and J paid extra...no bigger but seems it as it is on higher deck, not half submerged, has a huge opening window we were to later find out was necessary as the air conditioning was ...
... tables were set up and a barbecue was prepared for us. We feasted on delicious sausages and tender pork steaks, an Austrian style potato salad and green salad, fresh breads and of course, wine. Adam is very knowledgeable about wines, and in fact, worked for this family winery, and he explained in detail the ‘provenance’ of each wine. We sampled two whites and two reds and finished the meal with a glass of walnut schnapps. Dessert was a ...
It's been a while since my last post, but since then, I've had the opportunity of heading back to Budapest a couple times. From Vajta, the small town of the college I attend, it's about an hour an half train ride and 3,000 Forint ($15). Not bad for a student strapped for cash and time. On my first day back into Budapest, I had the privilege of traveling with a native Hungarian, András, and he gave me a fantastic tour of Heroes' Square, the Hungarian Agricultural ...