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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the street. Aiming for the bridge we past another ageing man on a unique 'vehicle', which appeared to be a large wheel which he straddled, standing on wee rungs, and pushed himself along with ski poles! It was bizarre! And then we spotted more white vans on one street than may have ever gathered in one place ever, and it seemed to be turning into an odd day...
However, we proceeded, and crossed the 1/4 mile-long bridge, built ...
... luggage experience again this time around, I felt an odd sense of déjà vu!
No major storms this time around thank goodness. We spent our week in Budapest just taking it easy. All the travelling and being on the go really does tire you out. Despite some building work going on in the apartment next door (the only downside to our apartment) and drilling and hammering from around 8am on the weekdays, we both still managed to sleep in until 11am on several days. Not unusual for ...
Central Market Hall was built in 1896. Terrific place for grocery shopping with the freshest of meats, smoked meats and sausages, fresh fruit and vegetables, cherries were especially beautiful in that they remind me of Poland, Russian ...
... people and have multiple events such as strawpedo, quarters, waterfall, flip pong (pretty good game to be honest) and finally an exiting finale that is a big mix of this all. So I was paired up with this small Scottish/asian mix and this blonde dutch guy. Guess who won?! This guy!
We actually beat the overall record of strawpedo competition. so proud! Anyways, our final prize was a bottle of alcohol that had opium in it. Really? Is this even legal? They said ...
... that does a great job of explaining Hungary's pretty horrendous past. (Jamie's review: I didn't remember any of that...but everything was pretty. I snap snap snapped away)
The tour took us around the Pest side (pronounced 'peshh' not 'pest' as in the way we would say it) which was one of the two towns joined to make Budapest. PestBuda didn't have as nice a ring so it eventually became Budapest. The two sides however are still quite different. The Pest side is ...