Danubius Hotel Flamenco - Budapest
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... hour so we filled in walking around the area (2nd largest Jewish synagogue in the world). Happen to run into a couple of Sydney girls from the cruise.
After settling in, decided on a big walk to Buda side to climb the monuments on the top of the hills. Soon after leaving, came across 2 yanks from the cruise. We crossed over the bridge followed along hill base to find lunch, then went to try the funicular to get to ...
... the entrance to an apartment building. It was a good thing we didn't hesitate as it immediately started to get worse with hail coming down in sheets. The diameter ranged between that of a nickel and a quarter and was very loud hitting the streets and cars. I got a video of it but they take forever to upload on this blog through my phone. Needless to say we were trapped and needed to stay put until the weather let up which ...
... public gatherings of many sorts and along the colonnade the statues of 14 Hungarian leaders representing the whole span of the country's history. Beyond Heroes' square is City Park - a great place for a stroll or to sit by the "lake". It also was created as part of the 1896 World's Fair held in Budapest to celebrate their 1000th anniversary. Many of the buildings built for the fair were intended to be temporary but the locals loved the Vajdahunyad Castle so much it was rebuilt ...
This morning we decided to explore Buda and it's castle, nation, church that make the coast so famous. Buda Castle is now museum, and modern. The dome looks like something from the 70s/early 80s. In fact we both were disappointed. Matthias Church did not disappoint. Nor did Fisherman's Bastion. We then walked all the way back to ...
... alters in gold leave, stunning stained glass windows and the preserved right hand of Saint Steven, bit ghoulish. We then needed refreshments again so New York cafe was the place to go. Stunning interior, lots of mirrors, gold and opulence. Charge we'll above the going rate, but worth it for the experience. We leave Budapest tomorrow for Croatia, Zagreb, we will be back at the end of our river cruise so we will be able to catch up on things that we couldn't see this ...