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... we absolutely loved this charming city! We may have to choose a slightly warmer weather trip, or at least pack for winter next time!
The next day we were incredibly lucky to make it to Budapest with no problems because unbeknownst to us trains hadn’t been running the previous day because the tracks were too icy! The delay made for a pretty long ride (in total close to 9 hours) but it was a pretty smooth ride most of the time. One really ...
... can bathe in Turkish baths (the Király Bath, the Rudas, and the Veli Bej Spa) enjoying the centuries old architecture but you also have the option to splurge in upscale spas (the Gellért, and the Széchenyi Baths, or in the wide range of spa and wellness hotels (Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget, Royal Spa in the Corinthia Grand Hotel Royal etc.)
3. An Affordable City - The Hungarian capital is still an inexpensive city compared to Prague or Vienna. Although prices have ...
... into a bakery for a Linzer cookie and then continued back to the Grand Boulevard. We nipped into the Spar to pick up a few groceries- tonight is a spicy paprika pork roast with baked potatoes and salad. Then we hopped on the tram and headed to the Great Market Hall by the Elizabeth Bridge to pick up some vegetables and spicy Hungarian kolbasz for our last few days. After that, we headed home to make dinner. Tomorrow, a relaxing day at the Gellert Mineral ...
... As we were sailing in to the city, some of the passengers were actually asking me to point things out because our horrible cruise manager's commentary was completely unintelligible. Our first stop after the bus ride would be in City Park. This is a large green space containing many important landmarks including the city zoo, the Museum of Agriculture, the most popular of Budapest's Turkish-style baths, a recreational man-made lake, and most importantly, ...
The train stopped with a shudder .and I woke at 5 something too early for the Romanian border check which was very quick, the train then moved down the line for the Hungarian check at Lokoshaza. As I was now fully awake I braved the train shower and got organised for my camping breakfast which I have now improved to include fresh(ish) bread and cold meats.....luxury. The view from my window is of a flat ...