Danubius Grand Hotel Margitsziget
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... done that, back to the display cases with your receipt to pick up your food... No tables and chairs, just counters to eat at. We headed down Vaci utca and through a newly renovated underpass to the Great Market Hall. We wandered around, admiring the variety of produce, meats, fish, pickles... So much to take in! We bought some fresh veggies for a salad, ham and salami for sandwiches, then found (finally) the newly completed Metro 4 entrance. The escalator ...
... of the church as we walked by and it appeared traditionally western: White wedding dress, bridesmaids in matching dresses, etc. We continued on to Fisherman’s Bastion, a turreted wall high on the hill, overlooking the Danube. There are seven towers linked together by a wall path and is a beautiful spot to look out over the water and towards the Parliament building on the east side of the river. It is called the Fisherman’s Bastion because ...
... the signage lied, iot was over 40 miles and through confusing, motorised caranage of all big city suburbs. Finally hit the centre, starving and with a large thirst for the bad stuff (beer). Upon reaching a little square I recognised from my previous visit we were approached by a randomer asking if we wanted an apartment... Trevs was sensibly dubious but we went along to check it out as it ...
... the church given all that money to charity instead of trying to buy their way into heaven by donating to fine buildings
The next day we did visit the Szechenyi Baths hot pool complex and although we were told to be prepared to be disappointed, we found them clean, pretty, and a a great place to while away an afternoon in hot water and saunas- massage also was popular.
It was also pretty good value- we paid 8000HUF- about NZ$48 for the two of ...
... square) which contains the first water course of the town (aka another magic fountain), their clock tower (which is a brother of Big Ben built in 1729), which instead of showing the actual time, it shows the time till sunset (with 12 o'clock meaning sunset), past one of their 170 mosques within the city, a building which still remains from the war twenty year ago and can't be changed to remind everyone of the destruction, the bloody roses memorials before ending in what they label ...