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... and bed coverings have Indian decorations.
We walked around district VII and got a haircut. Down the block is a string of different types of Ruin Pub. This small blurb explains what they are
"The beginning of the 21st century was an exciting turning point in the nightlife of Budapest: in the central area of the city new places were opened one after another in tenement houses and factory buildings doomed to destruction. ...
... stands. The left and right monuments support various famous Hungarians and depict the changing times and rulers of Hungary.
We wanted to get over to the Buda side again and up to Castle Hill to have more of a look around there so jumped on a bus and arrived as the sun was shining and all the gold and white that abounds on buildings in Budapest certainly made it dance. The castle area is part of a fortified hilltop town. The ...
... using the old buildings in a renovated state.
Going from Poland to Croatia we could go through Hungary or Austria. In Hungary we know of a Dutch farmer who has a cropping farm there. On the Saturday we arranged a visit for the Monday which gives us a spare day. Budapest is going to be a little D tour but Maegen has heard good things about it so we go on our way to Budapest. Wow, what a city that is. It is a beautiful spring day when we drive through a ...
... to touch me through the glass. It was an absolutely incredible experience.
After the zoo, we proceeded to return to the hostel. We got some dinner (and got scammed) at a rather pricey but delicious, authentic hungarian restaurant. It was absolutely delicious. We returned to the hostel, where I proceeded to go to bed, and I'm not sure about the boys.
Oh and PS, I bought a stuffed lemur and named him Budda. haha
... Food: Get your hands on a a giant Schaumkusse. These are basically a huge marshmallow tea cake, which come in loads of lovely chocolatey favours. Yummy! Don't try and eat one on the move though, marshmallow does not look so good all over your face.
- Drink; Other than glühwein, Munich has other warm drinks you can try like warm milk with cinnamon and honey. Try something different.
- Shopping; Although there's not a huge selection of different things, buy ...