Budapest Central Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... people. We found ourselves staying up much later than planned but met a great group of people from our hostel. There was a guy from Wales, two guys from New York, and two girls from Canada.
The next day we took a walking tour that was led by our hostel. The lady took us all around the pesh side (where our hostel was) and then ended the tour on the Buda side. One of the ...
... small town really shelters you from life like I saw in Budapest. It makes you realize that traveling is not always so luxurious. This is not an all-inclusive trip to Mexico or somewhere similar in which everything is laid out for you, nice and organized. Don't get me wrong, I loved Mexico and will do an all-inclusive trip again in a heart beat (fingers crossed for this winter). But this kind of traveling takes work and a lot of courage. You are in an unknown ...
... monuments everywhere...so I will take it! We started by food shopping at a local ABC store. I love food shopping in other countries...nothing looks the same and there is very little English. So you end up buying stuff that you have never tried before...and that is the true joy of travel to me. Starbucks here is a treat...be prepared to pay more for this stuff. I will not be back, as the expresso shops are everywhere and are much better in quality...sorry ...
... was just a random fence around a small tree, Glen still won’t let us lock our love maybe he is waiting for the perfect city ...
After a good look around the Pest side we headed across the River Danube on the Chain Bridge, the view looking over to the Buda side was simply stunning with the Castle and the Liberty Statue perched high on Gellert Hill. We were told that there was a bus we could take up to the castle but it was much easier to walk apparently so ...
... 8221; guards at presidential building (which now appears to be occupied solely by a cute cat rolling around in the sunshine) and to the statue of Hussar general Andras Hadik, whose horse’s testicles have long been rubbed as a good luck charm and bedroom booster for local university students (let me reaffirm that this is a statue of a horse, not a real horse with polished yellow balls).
Zoltan leaves us at Fisherman’s Bastion, to take ...