Budapest Museum Central
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- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... made of nothing but plastic. A fun afternoon indeed! It was still excruciatingly hot on our return to the city and we found ourselves taking refuge outside a bar in a decidedly seedy district. We had initially found ourselves at some god forsaken metro station to have a drink at Kino, a café nearby which had come recommended in our trusty guidebook but had absolutely no outside seating so we’d had to settle for a mediocre beer at a poncy bar/restaurant next door. ...
... side of the road, and Akos declared another break. The eclipse had just started so as soon as we put down packs, kids started pulling out pieces of thick - dark glass, welders masks, and other devices to view the action. This kept the kids active for a few minutes, but the eclipse is a slow motion even, so soon all of the kids were up and running around. Up and down the hill above us, playing soccer and catch, or playing with the milkweed in the local wet spot. I ...
... to be temporary for the 1898 exhibition, but the locals insisted it stay.
The castle represent the Hungarian architectural style: a Romanesque chapel, Gothic gate, Renaissance castle and a Baroque Palace. The museum of Hungarian Architecture is located here. It is a replica (built in 1896) of a famous castle in Transylvania that once belonged to the family of King Matthias.
We lunched in a vast tent in the park, that we think must be used as a beer garden most of ...
... things I learned was that Budapest used to be completely separated into the Buda side and the pesh side. One bridge called the chain bridge finally connected the two sides making Budapest.
Across from our hostel was a street that was full of restaurants and bars that we ended up going to for dinner. Mia and I ordered our firsts real cocktails in Europe. Mia ordered a Pornstar ...
... to look really good by this point.
Finally after 40 mins of searching and becoming more and more edgy we found this funky side street of bars and one that had late night food!! Miracle at this point! Turned out it was right across from our hostel the whole time. The only thing they were serving was a panini cross calzone wrap called a Panida stuffed with chicken, rocket, tomato and cheese...Exactly what we were after. After, straight onto the expensive cocktails...feeling ...