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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... cross the river once again to see it properly.
Randomly strolling through the streets of Buda, I found a Vegan cafeteria that had a TripAdvisor Recommended Sticker on it, so I ventured in for my first meal in Europe by myself. I had to ask one of the waitresses on how to order the food, and she explained all the options thoroughly. I ended up choosing some sort of Buckwheat Stew with Savoy Cabbage and Mushrooms that really looked like some kind of gruel people who hate ...
... the first couple hours of our day inside the Grand Synagogue complex. The synagogue is the biggest in Europe and second biggest in the world. Our first stop was actually going in the synagogue. It's massive and beautiful, but strangely enough it felt more like a church than a synagogue. Maybe because of the size it felt this way or maybe because we had never seen an organ in a synagogue before - we're not sure. It's not coincidental that the original architect of the building in ...
After a lovely weekend in The Hague with the beautiful Anna I caught a plane to Budapest where I met Trent, who flew over from a family holiday in the UK. After so much solo travel, it's always great when I have someone familiar to share some experiences with and, in this case, it was also both a blessing and a curse to catch up on canberra and work gossip, but as I start counting down the final month of my trip it was a good way to start easing my way back to reality. Budapest has ...
... of old things, musty things mixed with amazing cooking smells of homemade soup or fresh cinnamon buns filled your nostrils. You never knew what you’d come upon...what strange sights would be waiting to greet you in that porch. There were usually a few dead couches, an assortment of wooden chairs in various states of disrepair, bunches of plastic flowers awaiting skilled attention to be good enough to adorn some relatives grave. For quite awhile it was an old TV with ...
... than a ****** Sunday market you get here. We didn't partake in any of the pig heads on display but was cool just to walk around and see what the locals were eating. We wanted some Paprika paste that they put in everything and regret not buying it there. Upstairs was all handicrafts mostly aimed at tourists. Jamie bought a bag and we of course, picked up some postcards for Granny.
Rich had to leave us then to go and sort out a telephone interview but he pointed us across ...