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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We were truly impressed by the Parliament Building.
Dinner was at home again with chicken and veggies that we had bought at the market. Although you can buy lettuce, tomatoes and peppers and cucumbers in stores, the Hungarians don't seem to be big on salads, least not in the restaurants. It was nice to have a home cooked meal.
The next morning we split up. Jack went to Starbucks and wandered around the neighbourhood, while Deb walked up to the House of ...
... people. We found ourselves staying up much later than planned but met a great group of people from our hostel. There was a guy from Wales, two guys from New York, and two girls from Canada.
The next day we took a walking tour that was led by our hostel. The lady took us all around the pesh side (where our hostel was) and then ended the tour on the Buda side. One of the ...
... just foam. Al and I thought the chance of receiving sheets for our night here would make us lucky! We now begun to understand why it was costing us a cheap 9Euros for the night...started to make me question what we were actually paying for as we didn't even have a lockable door and Al and I were given the further privilege of the 2 beds situated in the vestibule area before leading onto the other 12 beds in the extension dorm in the other room with no door in between, so ...
... this area, as the medieval fish market used to be just below it, down towards the water. The current structure was built for Hungary's millennium celebration in 1896. After wandering through the streets a bit, looking for historical buildings, it was time for a coffee break, so we headed to Ruszwurm cafe, the oldest in Budapest. Along with our coffees, we had a slice of one of Hungary's famous deserts, dobos torta. It's a multi layered cake, alternating a ...
... off quickly.
I read some on the plane, and slept a bunch. Budapest to Madrid is really flying halfway across the continent, but it still manages to only be about three hours. Turns out when we got in though, that they have a real gate in Madrid, so they wouldn’t be disembarking from the back as well as the front. Which meant, as I was in the last row, that I would be getting of the plane close to last. Luckily, we arrived early (at 7:35 or so) ...