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Budapest was very similar to Prague. Very beautiful. It is a city spaced over the Danube river. On one side you have Bude and the other side you have Pest.Bude is mostly residential and pest is touristy although there are places to see in both. We stayed in a hostel in Pest. On day one we went on a walking tour. We walked up to the palace in Buda which is seriously stunning and houses the museums. We went to the wheel in elsibeth square, to the markets ...
... was unbelievably humid and uncomfortable. I took the tram while Janet cycled and we met up at the apartment where I promptly passed out, without even washing my feet as I later discovered after Janet had taken a photograph :). Later that afternoon we set of for ...
... it was gorgeous up there. narrow winding roads and lots of nice, big homes. we went basically all the way up to the top and I asked a lady how we could get to the Citadel (our original target location). she told us we were off the map and showed us approximately where we were. so.... we went all the way back down the mountain and found the way to where we needed to be.
We went up to the citadel and found the throngs of tourists who ...
... from my side happened to be a starting moment for a lovely conversation with 2 elderly American couples. They got so excited by our internationality: “Wait, wait, I am afraid I still do not follow. So, once again: one of you is Dutch and the second one Czech. You live in Vienna so you can speak German but you are talking to each other in English. And you are visiting another country, how cool is that! By ...
On our second day in Budapest, we took a stroll over to the Buda side of Budapest, crossing the Danube on the middle of the three bridges that cross the river in Central Budapest. On the other side, we walked up the hill to the Old Town. The whole Old Town has charm, but the first sight of note that we came to, was Matthias Church, an imposing building with a brightly coloured tiled roof. There were far too many tour groups to even consider going in, but we ...