Hotel Nemzeti Budapest- MGallery Collection
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... out to some ruin bars. Despite being full of English speaking tourists they are very cool. Szympla, the most famous ruin bar is worth a visit for the quirky accessories and for drink or two but there are many others with cheaper drinks, better music and less of a crowd. Mexico Embargo was cool - try their signature drink, the Pinky! We met a very friendly man in the Roxton bar. They run daily free bar crawls which we were too late for but he really ...
... to see many of the top sights in Budapest. To be in this category, it takes a few things: ticket purchased on sight-seeing bus tour, check. With tour guide(s) shouting information in many languages, check. Coupon book for all the activities you may want to partake in, check. Multiple illustrated maps that fold out to ungodly sizes, check. Fighting dozens of other cameras for shots of the city, check. Yet more tour guides trying to sell you other ...
... the funicular back down to the Chain Bridge and walked back to Andrassy Avenue via St Stephen's. From there, Agnes drove us up the Avenue to Heroes Square
Heroes Square houses a collection of magnificent statues and the Millennium Column that represent Hungary's history since Arbad first settled next to the Danube in 896AD, through to the last great Hungarian leader, Lajos Kossuth who led the Hungarians against the Austrians ...
... River. It was an absolutely stunning view. This spot was very popular with tourists. Everywhere we looked there were couples and groups taking 'selfies' and 'groupies'. Standing tall overlooking the city was a statue of a lady who according to Peter was holding a feather. It was called the Liberty Statue and commemorated those who had lost their lives in the fight for the independence and freedom of Hungary. We found out later that Peter's knowledge of the ...
... the metro station I was completely lost. I thought if I walk around for a bit I'm bound to find somewhere I recognise. and so I did... 2 hours later. here's a hint if you ever go to Budapest, don't look for a grand building and think "ah I've seen that one before" because they are everywhere, they jump out on you when your not even looking for them. this grand building happened to be the parliament. I took a few photos and then moved on. when ...