Holiday Inn Budapest-Budaors
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... experience but im def not trying to eat that again... mexican food is still where my heart is ..We then walked a bit on the water to the far bridge by the parliament building (3rd biggest in the world). The views were breathtaking. Once we got over we stopped at st. stevens basilika where we were staying. We then found a real ruin pub on our way to the bath house. What is a ruin pub? Its an old building ...
... A clever businessman decided to build residential flats in district 7 and allow Jewish people to rent them. This worked brilliantly since district 7 was outside the city walls but very close so the people moving into the flats could have easy access to everything. District 7 grew fast as a Jewish community and was full of stores and restaurants for the needs of its residents.
Today, district 7 is still known as the Jewish quarter and it is where ...
... things in the world but she is a little let down by these due to the fact there aren't any bakery's. We get roped into having lunch outside in the cold for an apparent cheap tourist menu. The more entertaining aspect of lunch is the fact the waitresses are smoking as they are handing out flyers to passerby's and we are a little unsure when a man walking up the street is on a 35 degree angle for 30 metres before he finally falls and gets caught by a quick ...
... up being accompanied by the same Californian, who saw fit to wear his lion onesie. Which he promtly realised wasn't appropriate attire for the fancy restirant we were at, which was technically hosting a big fancy dinner party right next to us. No biggie! The same guy then accidentally almost withdrew a quarter of million forints. Which works out at roughly $1250. It was just lucky I knew there was a cancel button on the ATM keypad. Because he had no ...
... Jamie and Ian had duck and Anna had something that I can't remember. Everything was super cheap, super filling and super good. We were pretty wiped at this stage and knew we were in town for 5 nights so decided to call it a night.
We were staying by a large square called Lujza Ter which had a big tram stop, metro, McDonald's and a whole lot of people loitering looking for a fight. It was a bit scary but we stopped off quickly in McDonald's and took advantage of some ...