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Travel Blogs from Budapest
... s Basilica and enjoy hearing the church bells toll throughout the day. Pictures are attached of our fantastic, spacious home in Budapest! The location is perfect for sightseeing, any major sight is within easy walking distance. After unpacking all of our things, it's time to sleep. Sightseeing begins ...
... liked having extra work to do to drop me off outside of the airport very much – he wasn’t very friendly.
One of the interesting things about this extra hour of driving around Budapest though was that I got to see the suburbs. They look so American! There’s big strip malls, and huge department stores, and lots and lots of individual houses with their own yards. I wonder how that happened.
We made it back into Budapest, but ...
... font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of bus rides: 10
# of taxis: 2
# of trains: 63
# of flights: 3
# of ...
... of sourcing nutritional enrichment, and headed straight for the first place we found, which in hindsight was a pretty poor decision, the food was terrible and very expensive, but when you've traveled 8 hours non stop with no food, you don't care. Things improved when we got near the Danube, and crossed the monumental Chain Bridge over the river.
On the opposite side we scaled Gellért Hill, named after a Christian Bishop ...
... what we were going to do whilst we were here.
When I returned, Cam was up and we went and grabbed these cheap burgers (which quickly became out place), before wandering more of the town.
Later that afternoon, we did another free walking tour of the town, which lasted 90 minutes. The tour took us around the town, up the river, past mosques and through war torn areas, which was really eye-opening.
Cam and I then settled in at a cafe, enjoying pizza and ...