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... The first day we found a great restaurant called the Hummus Market and ate a lot of delicious hummus that we had been craving for a while. That night we went out for some drinks and found an awesome street that was full of restaurants and cafés that had a lot of places to sit outside.
The next day we searched for a library that was supposed to be grand and old but unfortunately those ...
... transfered us to the hotel, we choosed one of the best hotels from the island, but it was the farthest from the airport, the transfer took 1.5 an hour. We got to the hotel at midnight and they were so kind that they waited us with the dinner. It was delicious, really I loved it, and we were very tired so get to sleep after eating. The hotel room wasn't so great, but the view to the sea was ...
... people with the food! Crazy! But so is the joy of exploring an ex-communist country, right! We finished our tour with the Great Market Hall. Explore this one on an empty stomach for best results. Salads to the right, meats on the left and pickled everything in the basement...such a place I have not seen before, but it was busy and delicious all at once! Have fun here. We have a monthly metro pass( get this if you plan on seeing all the city in a month) so we ...
... to the Carpathian Basin. Also located in Pest we passed House of Terror, the building used by security police of both the Nazis and Soviets to interrogate and torture dissidents. It is now a museum, opened in 2002 chronicling the repression the Hungarians experienced. In front of the building is a chain fence depicting the "iron curtain" and there is also a piece of the Berlin Wall. We also saw the complex which houses the Dohany Synagogue, the largest Jewish temple ...
... the gate, as security is carried out at this point. It is now, with half of the plane’s passengers already through security, that we are notified that there has been a gate change. There follows the most unorganised, incompetent shuffle of passengers from one gate to another, with hoardes of ever-increasingly frustrated passengers queuing outside the second gate whilst those that have already passed ...