Hotel Nemzeti Budapest- MGallery Collection
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... but when 11am came and went we hadn't moved far so it wasn't until the early afternoon that we finally made it out for a look around. Our wandering took us past the old synagogue and through the once derelict streets that have now been transformed by the invention of Budapest's Ruin Bars, basically decrepit building that are turned into bars and clubs with an array of eclectic décor adorning the walls.
Our wandering finally took us to the Erzsébet Bridge and a view ...
... thriving nightlife. Allow me. The bars, are ruins. Like literally (but kind of not). Let me explain how it works. Each of these ruin bars has its own personality, but they all follow a few basic principles: find an old abandoned place, rent it out (maybe?), set up a bar, fill it with flea market furniture, have a few artists come in to leave their mark on the walls and ceiling, add in some weird antiques, serve alcohol, and ...
... arrow to your next location. Became the sort of people who drive into the sea because the satnav told them to. Ended up walking over 6 miles on a 25 minute journey. Got the tram to where we actually needed to be and then ended up walking 6 miles away from it. Seen a bit more of Budapest though, namely, train tracks, dual carriageways, motorways and council estates. Felt like I was training for the army with my backpack on and with the mid afternoon sun beating down on me. ...
... for ELEVEN years in Hungary.). The young man totally ignored me when I spoke to him...I finally said in a not so pleasant tone, "You are going to ignore me, aren't you!" At this point an elderly lady said something to him and he looked up at me with disdain and said, "I do not speak English. Go to that machine and get a number." Excuse me, but wasn't that English or am ...
... to the Jewish Quarter for dinner. We stumbled upon a little place called Spinoza which serves Hungarian dishes with a Jewish twist. It was nice to have a change from German restaurants, not necessarily the food but the service. In Germany you need to know what you want to drink as soon as you sit down, strange custom to me. Here it's more like England you get time to relax and actually think about what you want without panic ordering! The food ...