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Travel Blogs from Budapest
... with the knowledge of how to fix cars, so too are Canadians born with antifreeze in their blood. I opened the elegant door and we marched outside onto the pool deck to deposit our lush rented towels on a bench. Oh God. Oh GodOhGodOhGod. We both started prancing like cats on a hot tin roof, except this was far from hot. The soles of our feet started to ache. “God, let me in the pool!” I barely managed to get out. Plunging headlong into the nearest ...
... sound of trams passing and set to haunting Hungarian violin music. Note to self, must get a long trench coat, hat and scarf and adopt the haunted air of a desperate artist rather than a frustrated streetscape designer. I walked down to the great synagogue , Dohany utcai Zsinagoga, which was home to one of the largest Jewish communities in Europe before the war. Needless to say it was rather a sobering experience as before the war there were ...
... We grabbed our passports out of our main bags and put them in my handbag, because we just weren't comfortable leaving them in the hostel!! So we went downstairs, and walked up to the oktagon and went to a place called Oktagon Bisztró for lunch. It was an all-you-can-eat place, but the prices were cheaper than yesterdays lunch in the city (apparently thats the expensive tourist area!) so we got a table and a drink then took it in turns to grab ...
... famous spars. When we got there, there was this big long line to get in, and they would only allow you to get in if someone walked out. So we left that location and went to another one across town.
It was so nice to be in the water. All the pools were different temperatures with all sorts of good minerals for you. We only had a hour before they closed down. Shame really but an hour is and hour and we made the most of ...
This morning we have tickets for the tour of the Parliament building which lies along the banks of the Danube in the center of Budapest. The building is a massive yet beautifully designed seat of government. You can only visit inside with a 45 minute guided tour. Inside the interiors are gilded with gold and other opulent decoration. There is a grand staircase leading up to the dome hall. Inside the dome hall the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center