Hotel Nemzeti Budapest- MGallery Collection
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... and traditionally Hungarian. And they had traditional music and dance for entertainment. The women dancers at one point were dancing with carafes of wine on their heads.
Daniel has arranged for us to travel by van from Budapest into Serbia to avoid the train station/migrant issue. Sounds like that's a blessing since the train ride would have been 7 hours and the van will only take 5 hours and we can stop when we like.
... 1.7mill people living here & the whole shopping in the central city is a pedestrian only zone, walking everywhere & not being hassled by street vendors, except for restaurants, or the people trying to get you on hop on hop off tours of worse still those trying to sell selfie sticks etc. The cars here are also newer, larger & more intact, amazing the cultural difference, less churches more history.
We travelled from Vienna by small private bus, leaving at 8am and arrived in Budapest around 11am, we were unable to use our rooms straight away so went for amazing ice cream two doors away and changed money etc. Elisa took us for our last orientation walk around the Pest side of the Danube, the other side being called Buda (can be remembered by thinking of a large Buda reclining as it has the rock hills, whereby Peat is relatively flat. The location ...
... does a body good. Defeats the purpose of a warm cup in hand while walking the cold wintery streets, but many places don’t do brewed coffee and an Americano just doesn’t sound appealing.
Anyway! Moving on, I continued my walk toward the Parliament building and city center. As I was walking, I saw a view that I could not pass up. However, the amount of traffic lights, tram wires, and trees in my way didn’t make for a good picture. For the first time ...
... closer to me), and after her giving me a ceremonious swipe of her hand on my shoulder halfway down the bridge (after seeing her do it to two others), I kind of lost my cool (thanks germ phobia and years of education in observation and self defence despite never using it) with a " don't touch me" phrase - hello Bel the toughie apparently. That's my lame as story of me standing up for me. But it seemed to work. We saw the most beautiful churches and castle walls on ...