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... close to the ' main ' tourist icons is great. We spent the afternoon wandering around again, going to the beautiful cathedral st Stephen, we heard the organ and the lights came on briefly. We did not have dinner we are still so full from the boat! We went to a Hungarian Folklore performance, we saw the Hungarian Orchestra and Folk ensemble at the Duma Palota (Danube Palace). We throughly enjoyed the evening, they performed two parts, each section lasted about 40 ...
... those connections.
Inside Tesco the gardening section was packed, and it was funny that the boys caught the planting bug too. We agreed on a package of lettuce seeds and cherry tomato seeds and a small bag of potting soil. We have several small pots that were distributed around the house with dried flowers in them when we arrived, so I dug those out and ...
... of them are ruin bars. We ended up back at Szimpla as the last bar of the bar crawl! And of course on our way home we picked up some Kebabs :)
The next morning we had to say goodbye to Budapest to make the 12 hour journey back home to Florence. Budapest was definitely something I have never experienced before! I loved it so much and loved how beautiful it was. I'm happy I got to experience Budapest as my 1st country in Eastern Europe.
... and I hung out in the park and Bruce had a beer.
That night we found a popular local eatery, serving simple but tasty hungarian dishes. Frici Papa's diner or 'kifözdčje'. Hit the spot, especially the pancake desserts to finish. We couldn't entice Richard to too many treats at this point 'not before the race'.
Day 2 - welcome to Budapest!
After a satisfying sleep, we were ready to explore the city. Being the ...
... the first of the ruin bars, Szimpla. I thought it was great. Mr H bemoaned the lack of seating and the fact that we were surrounded by youngsters. We set off home (at 2.30am, no less!), stopping for a slice of takeaway pizza on the way.
The next day, the 1st August, we got up at 10.00am, and had a long shower to wake up and then packed our bags, ready to check out and catch our train to our next destination, Bratislava. After queueing for 20 minutes ...