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... can say that I have done it and do not need to do it again. Really glad my thought of doing the Transiberian Railway from Russia to Japan didn’t pan out on this trip! Ha!
When I arrived in Budapest, despite my famished state and irritated mind frame, I made it to the apartment I was staying in through airbnb and dropped off my baggage. I immediately headed back out to find food. I had walked past a Burger King and thought if nothing else I ...
... Danube and it's many bridges. It was a bit breathtaking. We made our way down the hill and visited the Rock Church which is built in a cave in the aside of Gellert Hill. From there we decided to go to a traditional Turkish bath called Rudas Bath. It's a thermal and medicinal bath first built in 1550, during the time of Ottoman rule. It retains a lot of its original features including a Turkish dome and octagonal pool. The bath was such a great experience. It has six ...
... The Corinthia' was the nicest yet and the foyer alone impressive to say the least. We only had an hour to settle in before heading off for cruise down the Danube for dinner and illuminations. Budapest by night is truly magical and has now surpassed my impression of Prague by night. We had a boat to ourselves and a banquet fit for a queen. Greeted with a glass of champagne as we boarded, the mood was set for a magical evening. The most we had to do was sit back, wine in ...
... overlooking the city, and then started the long walk back down the hill. Here, we passed the Gellert Baths, and then walked over the bridge towards the Old Market Hall. We spent quarter of an hour milling around the market, before heading on towards the old Synagogue in the Jewish Quarter of town. Our guide book declared that the Synagogue gardens were home to a beautiful silver tree - dedicated to a Swedish diplomat who saved many Jews during WWII. After paying ...
... so you can happily have
a different wine with each course. If you ask them to recommend a
style because you don't know the local wines they immediately bring
out several bottles for a tasting. I had the local grey beef.(which
refers to the local Hungarian cattle, not the meat) which was hardly
cooked but was delicious and a rabbit leg dish. Alison pad a duck
pate and a pork chop with the local spicing. Glorious meal and