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... worth it, even though they did not have said hat, but instead gave me the opportunity of a starting point and a way to see more without even knowing.
My adventure started in the north part of Obuda. Budapest is technically divided into two side, Buda and Pest. The Danube river divides the two halves. I was told that Buda is more of the rich old side, where as Pest is the up and coming more modern side. I got a feel of that while I was walking around, but I was ...
... that I kind of know what to expect and the whole process. Anyway, on the way home we stopped off and had some dinner at a kebab shop. We then went to a supermarket to get some soft drinks and treats. Tonight we are going on a night cruise up the Danube. We have our tickets already. The guy we bought them from told us that we can sneak our own drinks onboard - they don't check so that's what we plan to do. I'm going to have a short rest now before the cruise at 9pm. ... It's ...
... and jackets were out and it was overcast and grey with showers all morning. Budapest during the day is a stark contrast from its beauty at night. The city is quite repressive and dirty especially on an overcast day and in severe need of some TLC. Beggars line the streets and buildings are run down and neglected. We had free time in the afternoon so we wandered back down to The Danube River ( which by the way is grey, not blue) and to Parliament House which is a ...
... 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 ...
... floor of a slightly decayed block.
It is great whilst the lift is working. The entrance hall seems to
be about as big as our lounge/dining room at home.
We went out for a walk after tea and
noted we are in an area with several ruin pubs which really popular
with loads of people spilling out on the streets. There is a lot of
graffiti around and lots of buildings in obvious disrepair but still
a vibrant place.