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Travel Blogs from Budapest
... Christian Church. Usually, beside the synagogue is a grave yard accommodating some 10,000, mostly unidentified bodies of those who died in the last weeks of the war before the Soviets liberated the ghetto. I did learn today that elderly American men can be incredibly disrespectful. Even though they were each given a yarmulka to cover their head when they entered the synagogue, at least three thought it shouldn't apply to them and took them off. I spent ...
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... a nice market which unumerous shops were presenting their goods in a very nice way. Then, we crossed the Danube in order to visit the hilly Buda (Danube's western shore). The Gellert's baths' building followed by the nice citadella and Castle Hill witnessed the rich imperial past of Budapest. The tiring walk on the paved ...
... our hotel from the railway station. The streets are crowded, buildings grimy and the air is thick with car fumes, dust from roadworks, and cigarette & cigar smoke. We are definitely in Eastern Europe now - a great education for the kids. After checking into our hotel we walked to the Danube River (which is also in flood) and then found a nice kid-friendly place to have dinner. Looking forward to a big day of sightseeing ...
... to the room we freshened up a bit and repacked our bags and then went out to find somewhere close to the hotel for dinner. I wanted to try a traditional Hungarian goulash so as long as that was on the menu I was happy. We found a place and I really enjoyed the meal, kind of a cross between a curry and a stew but not spicy and it was just served on mash potato. After this we went back to the room and to bed as we had a 545am start the next day for our journey to ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Pets allowed