Holiday Inn Budapest-Budaors
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... in that general direction. Walked through the Belvaros district and past the main synagogue. Found a Thai massage place in Wesseleny Street and had an hour massage, then asked the girl at the reception desk for a restaurant recommendation. She suggested I try Kazinczy Street.
Erzsebetvaros includes the old Jewish Quarter of Budapest and there was a Jewish festival in full swing when I arrived. A stage had been set up the corner of Wesseleny that almost block of the ...
... honestly sounded like a demented monkey with a deep grunt of a voice which she evidently never tired of hearing. Mattijs and I were beside ourselves with frustration and conspired quietly about her to one another. Unfortunately it seemed, not quietly enough as one of the other women got wind of our hushed *****ing and took great pride in telling our tormentor in a stage whisper she was ******* us off.
Now, my German isn’t fantastic but ...
... be normal here until all the people in parliament that went though those times have moved on, as their mentality sounds stuck on communism despite being a democracy. After all the walking we made some time for a nice cold beer while Lisa had a wine. It was now dinner time and we set off in search of a local restaurant and found a nice little one just around the corner. Again Lisa won on the food side of things. Her meal was very good ...
... the backdrop of the magnificent lit up parliament buildings. After dinner Ken and I ventured back into the city to experience some of the night buzz - this time using the underground (although one of the oldest subways in Europe it is excellent if not a bit unnerving zooming under the Danube) We had a taste of this bustling vibrant city that blends new with old and that exudes a history that has seen incredible change for the Hungarian ...
... s main mosque. Ornate frescoes were whitewashed and interior furnishings stripped out by the Turks.
In 1686 during the siege of Buda, a wall of the church collapsed due to cannon fire. It turned out that an old votive Madonna statue was hidden behind the wall. As the sculpture of the Virgin Mary appeared before the praying Muslims, terror overcame them, and supposedly, the city fell on the same day. A giant statue of King Stephen I of Hungary mounted on a horse is ...