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... platform to be on, etc. He always asks me to show him on a map so he can follow along. He isn't satisfied just blindly following my instructions.
Ok back to Kossuth Lajos Ter. This is the main square where the Hungarian Parliament sits. We've seen it many times from the river, but this was our first time in the square behind it. Normally this is a bustling hub of activity full of government workers coming and going, tourists waiting in line for tours, etc. but today ...
We arrived in Budapest on Wednesday night, and it took about 15 minutes of walking before we reached our hotel. The neighborhood was known as the Palace district, lying on the Pest side of the Danube River, and it was full of shops and pubs. After check-in at the Palazzo Zichy, we unpacked our luggage and crashed out early after a long day of traveling. The following morning we woke up and took the elevator downstairs, where we ...
... been to a traditional German beer festival.
After exploring Munich City centre, we took the U-Bahn to the English Gardens, supposedly the largest urban park in Europe. With the expert navigation skills from Sam and Matt we ended up heading the wrong direction meaning we had to walk further through the gardens to our destination - the Chinese Tower. However it ended up being a blessing in disguise, as the walk was really nice and we got to take in a good view ...
... with them there - constantly talking and snorting to clear their noses. Argh!
Arrived in Budapest - did you know the town is as follows (looking at a map):
BUDA ~~~DANUBE RIVER~~~ PEST
Buda - is hilly!
Oh one thing definitely to note: ***GET A TRAVEL PASS FOR HOW EVER MANY DAYS YOU'RE STAYING THERE***
We paid $25 for a 7 day pass and could use the trains, trams and ferries. The ...
Budapest seems at once a foreign and familiar city. There are fewer signs in English. Unlike travelling in Asia where everything about the written language is different and the best thing is to just give up and trust a guide, here it looks familiar enough to try getting around by ourselves. The accents and umalts and gy,ny, cz letter pairs in Hungarian are tricky. So too is the convention for street addresses. Postcode first then city, street, house, number. Arriving ...
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