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- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Opera house to be dropped near the Szechenyl Bridgr and then walked into the pedestrian area of down town Pest. So many beautiful Christmas markets with many different hand made wares for sale We went into Saint Stephens Basilica. It was really cold started at -2 at 0900 hrs ad didn't feel as if it warmed up all day despite the blue sky's and sunshine. A warm goulash soup in a cob loaf warmed us up. Then we wandered ...
... also on route of the 'drinking bike' which was a platform with a bar on wheels. The drinkers pedalled their way around Budapest!
Monday 8th. September
We found a place for breakfast, not far from our accommodation and then went to a small central market at Erzsebet Square which sold ...
... places that we came across and random flea and craft markets. The atmosphere of Budapest was very chill and relaxed and bohemian which was a nice change from some of the more fast paced cities that we have come a crossed that are more packed with tourists. Overall we spent a lot of time wandering and exploring without a very specific agenda, which was nice for a change. We would definitely revisit Budapest ...
Throughout our Budapest trip one of the main things we wanted to see was the shoe memorial on the waterfront ( our poor Segway guide must have been sick of hearing about the shoes on our tour!). On the edge on the Danube are bronze shoes of all shapes and sizes made as a memorial to those killed under the Nazi regime and Occupation. It is said that they were shot on the edge of the river tied together in twos; only one was shot but they ...
... without any hassle or major incidents to report. Our taxi driver was patiently waiting for us and he went by the name of Peter. Peter taught us the translation for a few words, none of which we could remember 10 minutes later, apart from 'thank you', which is pronounced along the lines of 'kishanin'.. We're still trying to work out if we are saying it correctly so I may report back if that's not right! We were a bit too early to check into the hotel, so ...