Ibis Budapest Heroes Square
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... inside it reminded me of a much nicer and grander version of the market in London Ontario. I enjoyed taking in all the sights and smells, so much cured meat and paprika. I had two goals to attain in the market, try langos and buy paprika. There was some version of paprika at almost every stall so I focused my initial efforts on finding langos. I was honestly about to give up, I had looked on the entire first floor and almost the entire second floor when I saw it ! I got into ...
We slept pretty well after a long "fight" about the duvet. We have two beds here. A king size extra large to match my ego and a kids bed. So.... No, we solved it by taking the duvet of the kids bed. When I woke up Alice was across the bed. Anyway I arranged tickets for a Parlement tour. The weather wasn't as good as hoped. We eventually took a cab. A large row in the rain marked the ticket office. We had tickets already so we were on a roll. Now the Parlement has a 96 meter ...
... of Esztergom with the 3rd largest cathedral in Europe. (See picture)
Birdlife so far: Magpies, Egrets, Blue Heron, Mallards.
The three of us are the only non-Americans on the tour. Taking great pleasure in educating our fellow passengers in the Canadian culture. Nobody has asked about Rob Ford yet! Many have been to Montreal, Quebec City or Ottawa.
Tomorrow we have a full day including a home ...
... after a day of cold. (also free because of the Budapest card :) ). On the way back from the pools, I found a piece of home (sort of!). I walked past a bar called Calgary, complete with the maple leaf. Curious, I went inside, and was immediately hit with the smell of incense. This is considered an Antik bar, and is rightly named so. It has the feel of an old lady's sitting room. I had a mulled wine (my drink here in Budapest) and warmed up. I guess the lady ...
... to get the hang of it more and got answers quicker but it didn't matter as the remaining 20 minutes were up in a flash. The lady showed us the rest of the answers and while Bradden decided he liked it, I didn't. We walked back to the room around 8.30pm. We were both tired and decided to stay in. We cooked up dinner and relaxed to watch a movie. It was around 11pm when we went to bed. Our bags were already packed so we just had to get up in the morning and walk to the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed