Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget
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... settled for some simple but satisfying pasta across from what we initially thought was a mosque but actually turned out in fact to be a synagogue. What I found particularly intriguing about Budapest, more so than any of the other cities we’d visited, was the array of different cultures, Turkish and Italian standing out in particular. On our initial walk from our hostel, we had encountered a traditional Arabic teahouse where one could partake in the ...
... thinks about things differently than I do, which is good to know.
Today was the 6th week of class and the mid-term is next week, and the weekly homework was challenging, so I had everyone's full attention. We had been warned in multiple conversations that Hungarian students do not ask questions in class, but of course I am not actually teaching Hungarian students. I have found that just like at home, it has taken a few weeks to develop ...
... in Hero's Square where our guide gave us a lot of information about Hungary's history. The tour continued by taking us to the Opera House, Parliament, Freedom Square (which holds one of the few remaining Soviet monuments and a statue of Ronald Reagan), and ended at Saint Stephen's Basilica. I would definitely recommend doing a guided tour through this part of the city. When we were finished with Pest, we had about an hour before the Buda tour started. We met a ...
... we decided it was time for some sunshine and good views, so we headed to the ramparts by the Cathedral and got incredible views of Pest (see the photos). Side note here: Buda and Pest were two separate cities a few hundred years ago and have slowly become one overtime, with Buda being considered the old town with the bath houses and the old governmental buildings, while Pest is the new town with the nightlife and metro system. Anyways, we spent the rest of our daylight in ...
Well, the time has come to leave Budapest. I must say I loved the time I spent here. It a beautiful city & I found Hungarians to be kind & welcoming. It's an easy place to be. Although I was fearful I would have a hard time as a vegetarian - my Hungarian Canadian pal Albert warned me Hungarians think chicken is a vegetable - it worked out well. Most of the yogis we met here are either vegetarians, vegans, or raw food enthusiasts. I had a lot of great advice ...