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Hoje o dia vai iniciar-se com uma visita ao Labirinto, que fica no Bairro do Castelo (na Rua dos Lorde, n.º 9), coloco a morada, porque facilmente passamos pelo local sem dar por ele.
O Labirinto é um complexo de masmorras, túneis, fontes e caves que formam um labirinto e se situam por baixo da colina do Castelo Real de Buda.
As cavernas …
... covered with cushions, ladders going up to floating platforms, cubby houses and secret rooms, it was so cute! We quickly ordered our tea but ended up having to down it and run but to the hostel in order to meet our tour group. We actually missed them but got some directions and met them at the Budapest Bath Houses. Here we swam in some pools in a beautiful outdoor area before going inside to try the sauna. I never knew they were so hot! It was the best feeling to jump ...
... of photographs. It was raining and we
decided to take the bus no 16 down and ended in a metro station. From there we
decided to visit the City Park. The metro ends right inside it. We saw the
Szechenyi Bath - which is one of the highlights in Budapest - its a communal
swimming pool but with a fantastic surrounding of palatial buildings. It has a
thermal pool as well. The rain become heavier and we walked towards the heroes
square - and stopped by the ...
... bit , even if my nose would not stop running during the massage! After the massages we walked along the foreshore for a awhile before catching the tram back into the shopping district. We again did some more shopping before heading back to the apartments, I feel by the end of the trip our bags will explode!
That night we again had a nice, relaxing, money saving night in watching more movies before heading to bed for a relaxing night.
The next morning ...
... were caught or accounted for. After going through the prison rooms, that are pretty bleak and nondescript, there is a memorial called the 'Hall of tears'. After the city tour, I end up in the oldest pub in Budapest which is in a partially ruined building - the doorway looks like a factory hatchway. A postmodern fairground of graffiti, TVs on fridges and fake oil paintings, voted the third best pub in the world. There is a seat ...