Danubius Hotel Flamenco - Budapest
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... I thought would do the job :).
I asked and was told that the train would be stopping at Budapest for half an hour so I should not worry about missing the station which was reassuring. Luckily it was quite obvious when we stopped and as I got off I saw Janet walking towards me :). She had organized a taxi to ...
... city scape...and the post communist cars and trucks here and there. We happened upon a very contemporary urban artist designer show in one of the buildings in the city – I LOVED the wooden bow tie boys!! www.bewooden.cz We climbed to the top of the hill where the castle is and enjoyed the beautiful view from where we could see the whole city.My only regret was not being able to check out Grannie Annies roots from the Ukraine due to the unrest. I suppose it will ...
... delicious. We followed the free soup with desserts from their menu, also delicious. The soup etc was free and we paid $13 for three desserts and two coffees. I said Budapest was cheap.
Back out into the horrible weather and we headed to the Great Market Hall, famous here, to check it out as it wasn’t far from where we were. It was a labyrinthine maze on three levels of fresh food stalls, pastry and sweet stalls, spices and alcoholic delights, ...
Today was a education in how the locals shop. Helen and I went to the local market which wasn't to far away, where I was introduced to the Langkos. It's like a donut in texture and its cooked in oils so it a bit crunch. Then it has sour cream, ham and cheese on it. They are very filling. And really tasty.
I was also introduced to pigs ear. Not really my cup of tea. The market is in a big building with all different vendors mostly fruit and veg,
... and they were pretty tasty, as well as plenty of salads and potatoes which were well needed. We had a few drinks and got to know the rest of the group a bit better now that it was a bit smaller, before getting to bed for our early start to the Plitvice National Park.
We got there at about 8.15am to try and beat the crowds, and lucky we did as not long after we got there the line to get in started to get very long. Plitvice is a UNESCO heritage listed site (one of the first), and is ...
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