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... well-known Hungarian composer. BUDA CASTLE HILL Today, Castle Hill is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and has many must-see attractions--Gothic arches, eighteenth-century Baroque houses and cobblestone streets. A surprising number of the buildings are still private homes, as Castle Hill is also a residential area. Cars have been banned - only people who live and work here are allowed to drive; however, public transportation is available. The ...
... Arts, which is located not far away from the park. Yes, museum again, cos it was on TripAdvisor lol and the building looks gorgeous in pictures, so I guess I should go have a visit.
No surprise, the building was magnificent. Its deign is actually one of the most unique kind of design in Budapest. With it carefully placed green glass roofs, it was so shining beautifully under the sun. Once I got inside, I was even more impressed. The white ...
... ended up taking 5 once we downloaded the photos, saved them to a USB and then copied them onto an online storage account. We had enough stamina to post about 10 photos onto Facebook! Frustrated is one word we would use to describe our emotions, and I won't list the others! So we headed off to find a drink! Unfortunately we had missed the heat of the day as it was approaching 5pm. We settled on a beautiful-looking wine bar where there ...
Budapest Dance Theatre
Presidential Residence - Shandor Palace, State Government Office.
And now just back from the river cruise with nocturnal illuminati.
Wonderful, marvellous, illuminating. All we hoped it would be.
Writing style modified by excellent pizza, splendid carbonara and 2 generous glasses of perfectly matched Merlot from the pizza joint downstairs.
... that we stayed at was super great and had happy hour starting at 9PM, so yes of course I took advantage of that. We ended up staying there the whole night and meeting a big group of Irish men, who were very typically Irish. Between the copious amounts of beer they were drinking, rugby on TV, and lots of *playful* vulgarity, it was a very unexpectedly fun night.
And then early in the morning, it was off to Vienna!