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... plans and we could not get off the bus at Hero's Square...but, still a good trip. We went to Buda Castle and started our walking tour...which turned into a shopping tour. I got bus sick because the bus driver decided to be Mario Andretti. St. Stephen's Cathedral is also in Budapest...so, we went through St. Stephens Cathedral which is being restored. After our tour ...
... and host hundreds of people, some of whom sleep there anyway?? It lived up to it's name, it was pretty much held up by some wooden temporary looking columns. It was an old dentists building, hence the name Fogashaz (Teeth in Hungarian) We did regret the 3am finish slightly today, but it wouldn't be a pub crawl if we didn't! We did our first bike too today too. I love bike tours, you can see a lot in a low impact way around a city. I am sure there will be more bike tours on this ...
... it looks like along that river. Complete postcard.
So now it's Friday. And today, I am a little homesick. Yep. Genuine dose of it. Didn't sleep well last night. I know it will pass though. It's been quite a trip so far. I've met DOZENS of interesting folks already with a wealth of knowledge about places and things to do and see. It's been awesome. But it's a pain when you can't remember anyone's name, they can't remember yours, and ...
... such a relaxing afternoon. We walked there in the pouring rain, got changed, and walked to the outdoor pools into bright sunshine. The architecture was stunning and the pools themselves were beautiful – one of them was 38 degrees, so hot you could see the steam rising from the surface. There was a sign advising you not to stay in there for over 20 minutes, but there was a group of old men playing chess in there for what must have been hours! Somehow, ...
... had our transfer to the apartment waiting for us at the airport and were shortly at the place in which we would stay for the next few days. The accommodation was very reasonable - a more than big enough room consisting of a double bed, sofa bed and en-suite and kitchen. In fact there was quite a lot of furniture in the room, including several bookcases.
The first day in Budapest was spent mainly in the Castle District of the City in ...
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