Casa Sol Hotel
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... camp for warm tea and internet. It gave me time to look at photos and recap so far. Lots of smiles at the memories.
We are bunkered down for the night and will eat in and drink some wine. Technically we are far from snowed in but it is too cold to venture out and it is an opportunity to relax...Things could be worse.
"Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving" - Albert Einstein We arrived in Budapest at 6am after a fairly easy and simple train journey. We effortlessly jumped on the metro and headed to the hostel where we slept for a couple of hours on beanbags in the lobby. I think if I only take one thing away from travelling it will be the ability to sleep anywhere! At about 9 we headed out to do the local free walking tour. Our guide was born in Hungary so ...
We really had no idea what to expect as our only other over night train was in Vietnam and that was a nightmare. Once we found our carriage there was a very helpful conductor who, showed us to our little cabin and said lock the door and I will knock in the morning when it's time to get up...feeling very strange we did just that and we actually got some sleep!
Our apartment in Budapest even had ...
... Hungary. It is named in honor of Stephen, the first King of Hungary (c 975–1038), whose right hand is housed in the reliquary.
It was the sixth largest church building in Hungary before 1920. Today, it is the third largest church building in present-day Hungary.
The church is ...
... in one of the ruin bars that are all over the city. Ruin bars take over the ground floor of dilapidated old buildings (hence saving them from demolition), turn them sort of trendy and encourage their preservation and maintenance so they are important. They are also eclectic. Today's was the 'tooth bar', hence the lips because it used to house a dentist and dental practice. There are heaps of really wired ones dotted throughout the Jewish quarter. We ate at a ...