Ibis Budapest Heroes Square
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- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today has been a bit of a laid back day. The 1st official day of the cruise was billed to be a half day sightseeing tour and then after lunch a choice of 2 extra tours. Jeanette is unable to get on a bus, however she is willing to stay on the ship by herself, then there is Rob who is always going to struggle with any walking, which leaves Paul and myself. As I had more than likely seen the majority of ...
... they have been building it since the day we arrived and walked through the park with their classes) to build a fort. That motivated Blake to stay outside as well - his socks were wet from school, but it seemed pointless to change them just to go back outside into the mud. An hour or so later, they came to find me and took me out to see the fort they had built. It was certainly a creative use ...
... places that we came across and random flea and craft markets. The atmosphere of Budapest was very chill and relaxed and bohemian which was a nice change from some of the more fast paced cities that we have come a crossed that are more packed with tourists. Overall we spent a lot of time wandering and exploring without a very specific agenda, which was nice for a change. We would definitely revisit Budapest ...
... is rich in it's history. One must definitely climb till the top of Gellert Hill for breathtaking view of Danube river along with the entire city (Highest point in Budapest).
Brilliant place for budget travellers with local transport being the best of the lot
Unlike other European countries, Hungary has it's own curreny FORINT. It's better not to convert too much money to FORINT from the airport. For 100 euros, we got roughly ...
... off the metro at Deak Ferenc transit hub, we decided to walk through the Jewish quarter on a roundabout way to our flat to get some baked sweets at a great Jewish bakery we found last week. On our way there we were passed by a pedi-pub- the drinkers pedal a sort of bus through the streets while drinking. You can only imagine how slowly they pedalled and how rowdy they were... An interesting way to see the city... Home to enjoy our ...