Hotel Castle Garden
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and Al decided to sit right in the rear seat this time and could virtually not walk or stand up when we arrived, tight fit. Didn't stop us going down to the river that evening to view the lights of Budapest Castle and Chain Bridge since it was a very mild night. In all a day we will all never forget as the hospitality we have received is tops. Hopefully one day we can do the same for them in Australia.
... and one could buy anything from pots and pans, furniture, paintings, swords and even some old muskets. It was really a wonderful experience and we left with some things for Janet's flat thanks to Phil and Karina from Saudi.
After the market we went ...
... a few times! His other ploy was to have family members sitting at a table eating with tourist maps in their hands.
Back to the station for another coffee in the Business Lounge. I'd read that the dining car often wasn't operating on the Ister (our overnight train). The girl in the Lounge and a man who worked at Tourist Information also said to stock up on food. So we walked over to the Arena Plaza and bought wine, panini, ...
... protected the city and here stands the enormous palace and beautiful St Mattias Church with its colourful tiled roof. Keeping watch over Budapest from up here is an enormous bronze mythical bird, very impressive and imposing. At noon each day is the changing of the guard and we arrived in time to witness this very formal event complete with much gun toting, stiff marching and drum rolling. Up here we were delighted to have such wonderful views ...
... Men dressed in green uniforms were marching and passing guns between them! The Matthias church is pretty from the outside - decorative spires and a colourful tiled roof. The small gardens to the side were full of cherry blossom. The Fisherman's Bastion was built as a lookout point in 1905. The seven turrets - built to represent the Magyar tribes who arrived in the 7th century, are said to offer some of the best views out across the city. Not one to miss out on some ...