Aventura Boutique Hostel
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Dan and I wanted to go back to Bors for lunch today, but we forgot it was Sunday (closed). Instead, we went across the street to a small cafe that sold small sandwiches. All the ingredients on Sundays are from the farmers market. I had a pork sandwich and vanilla ice coffee. The iced coffee was similar to a smoothie/shake. It …
We slept in today to get enough rest since we planned to go on a pub crawl at night. Thankfully most of the others in our room all like to sleep in too =). We caught a free tour to kill some time and explore part of the city in the afternoon after a yummy lunch.
Lunch was in District VII at a sandwich place called …
... does a body good. Defeats the purpose of a warm cup in hand while walking the cold wintery streets, but many places don’t do brewed coffee and an Americano just doesn’t sound appealing.
Anyway! Moving on, I continued my walk toward the Parliament building and city center. As I was walking, I saw a view that I could not pass up. However, the amount of traffic lights, tram wires, and trees in my way didn’t make for a good picture. For the first time ...
... served them so we went in. My eggs were delicious but the serving was small. I also ordered Rooibos tea, which is made from an African berry. It wasn't anything to write home about. Pudd, strangely, ordered fruit salad. He didn't like it as it was full of berries (have I mentioned how fussy that one is) but he ate it anyway. He ordered it as he's trying to keep off the gluten for a while as he's getting too bloated. At breakfast, I was reading about a parliament building tour. I ...
... I had a very nice raspberry cheese cake and the surroundings were well worth the cost of the coffee and cake. Inner city Budapest was a buzz with Saturday afternoon shoppers and families out enjoying the 'warm' weather. We wandered down the main shopping pedestrianised mall called Vaci utca and window shopped until the boys had had enough! Our driver had an afternoon with his family and so we caught the metro and bus back to the apartment. One last dinner out to sample Hungarian ...