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Airport very modern. Bought an all day transport ticket. Bus and 1st train were very old. The 2nd train in the metro and the architecture was very modern. Walked straight from the metro to our hotel which is stunning! Walked around Budapest and had lunch at a cute cafe. Had Hungarian Letcho which is potato, tomato, peppers and onions served with crusty bread. The markets across the bridge were amazing! The blackberries were huge. So much pork! It started ...
... else’s bedroom window. Budapest is large enough to absorb the numbers of passengers but we can see now what Adam was telling us last week that when they hit the little towns how they must be so overwhelmed by the tourists.
,Goulash soup was the perfect antidote to the horrible weather and when we arrived at the restaurant which we were delighted as it was really lovely and very, very warm. The soup and fresh bread which came with it ...
... most of Budapest was gathering at the Danube and on the bridges. We discovered that the city was putting on a big show for he day; it started with a huge air show over the Danube starting with one guy taking off from a bridge and then flying under the bridges and then doing amazing turns turns in the air, later there were fighter jets, helicopters and even a normal plane! So in the end we didn't get to see our shoe memorial and it took us a couple hours to get across to Buda. We spent ...
... and guess what - yep, a parking ticket. We had only been parked there for an hour. Must remember to pay for these tickets before we leave (wink wink).
Much colder here than Croatia. Feels like it's below freezing. Budapest is gearing up for the festive season. The streets are aglow with Christmas lights. Markets are in full swing offering everything from arts and crafts, to smallgoods ...
... PANIC, PANIC!!! Finally another tram came along and RELIEF there was Dave. Funny now but it was a “moment”. The Grand Market, the largest indoor market in Budapest, made it all better. Built in 1897 and located near the Liberty Bridge, the food vendors were on the street level. Their produce and meat looked fresh and fantastic – obviously from local sources. This is the place to buy your Hungarian ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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