The Hotel Krisztina
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... The statue of Hussar general Andras Hadik • hospital in the Rock, an underground hospital established during WWII under the Buda Castle • Matthias Church • Fisherman's Bastion • st George's Statue • Disz Square • Sandor Palace • The National Gallery - we just saw the building which is very impressive; we were too tired to go in. • The Royal Palace (first completed in 1265) • Buda Castle • Lion's Yard • Big Rondella ...
... My eyes shot up and she was looking at me and says “You want me
to (insert masturbation motion here)? You pay little more” I replied with a polite no thanks but she was
persistent. “Ohhhhh why not?” I said to
her (this whole conversation in hushed whisper) “My girlfriend is next door no
thanks” she looked at me dumbfounded and replied “Oh she no have to know!” I
just laughed and said no closing my eyes and ...
... and it was 4.30pm. The walk down the hill to the square took about 15 mins and we found a supermarket where we could buy all we required including pasta and the ingredients for dinner. I cooked for the first time since leaving home and the first time in Hungary. A great pasta dish with wine and pastries to follow with a cuppa. John is now back at the computer working on the rebuttal and I am trying to catch up on my diary.
... history. There are 7 statutes on either
side with a central large monument. The Museum of Fine Arts and the Arts Museum
make the wings of this square on either side. Then walked the Andrassy
Boulevard which is another UNESCO heritage site - lined on either side by
embassies and ends in the metro station area where the House of Terror is - the
tribute to the holocaust victims. This street is the most prime real estate in
the Pest district of ...
... Stephen's Basilica, Szimpla Kert, and the famous Matthias Church. All of the places we visited were stunning reflections of the culture and the deep seeded appreciation for art and architecture that the Hungarian people have. Heroes' Square - or Hősök tere - is a must visit in Budapest. Each country has a way of honoring past icons in their history and the monuments testify to the rise of various leaders and those of political or military ...