Golden Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... schnitzel as the girls had both said that was what they wanted. Shortly after we arrived, Andrea walked in with her Austrian husband Thomas. I hadn't seen Andrea for 25 years and would not have recognised her if I'd walked past her in the street- apart from everything, she now has very dark hair! She doesn't speak any English and my Hungarian is woeful now, but we muddled through and it was lovely to see her again.
After dinner we walked across to the giant ...
We continued our city tour the next morning, concentrating on the immense Parliament Building and the area around it. Our guide was an interesting and very angry young man who did not mince words about his views of the current political situation in Hungary. His father is Ethiopian and his mother a Hungarian Jew, and is not happy about the path Hungary is taking. He identifies as Jewish, and shared examples of current ...
... The most fascinating part was the panoramic view of the city from the Royal Palace. Pictures do not do it even a little bit of justice. The history is not quite as interesting as Prague's but still a great experience! We were told that Hungarian food was nothing to write home about but we had an AMAZING authentic meal for dinner at Hungarikum Bisztro. One of the best ...
... take us to the major sights.
The open-air bus afforded expansive views of the landmarks such as the St. Stephen’s Basilica, the Hungarian Parliament, and Heroes Square. We hopped off at the Great Synagogue that is the second largest active synagogue in Europe.
We paid respects at the Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Park behind the synagogue where the beautifully haunting Emanuel Tree, a sculpture that resembles ...
... so full, but the food was pretty average this time! Pretty disappointing! But at least the desserts were slightly better! We paid, then headed out and began the walk down into the city and over the bridge into Buda, then up all those stairs again, all the while listening to Sing The Sorrow by AFI in my headphones. It was a good walk. We got up to the festival, bought our tickets and were given a wine glass each. We entered the festival and walked ...