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A few great days in Budapest. It started out baking hot and humid and then fortunately cooled down. Spectacular views of the Danube and some beautiful thermal baths to relax in.
... restaurant. We did a lot of pointing and talking in that funny way that we think makes our English more understandable. We made it to the end of the line and the cashier. Tom had picked up a meat plate with small balls of meat similar to the “Kibbeh” (pronounced kuubee) that my mom makes from a family recipe. I decided on gyro type beef on a bed of rice, a small salad, and a sour cabbage that I surprisingly really enjoyed. We each had something ...
... next kilometre. Most things here are western type prices but we have found a great beer garden/restaurant on the island, called Champs and we ate there again tonight after enjoying it last night. As we walked to 2 kms home we watched the ferry boats go by, the buildings lit up, the people all heading off the island after being at tonight's music extravaganza - it's the month long music festival so every night there is some sort of major event - we heard opera singers ...
... so will see things from a different perspective.
Budapest has had a pretty sad history, with lots of invasions, much destruction of buildings and bridges and yet despite all of this they have some amazing architecture....parliament house, being one, some very ornate churches and many of the streets are full of houses and buildings with very fancy facades.
Although Hungary is part of the EU, they mainly use ...
... bus to the hostel. The area around where the hostel is and most of Pest is actually quite nice and while the buildings are still under-renovated (communism wasn't exactly the best for that) it's quite clean and pretty. Budapest is made up of three original cities, Buda on the south and more hilly side of the Danube, Pest on the north side and Old Buda. Pest is the more downtown area and as you move away from the Danube and Buda it gets cheaper and less touristy.
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