Ibis Budapest Heroes Square
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... I like how light it is and its also very refreshing. I also remembered that waiter, cos not every Hungarian treated me well, they somehow doesn’t like Asians (that’s my guess) but the waiter was so friendly (and good looking btw) and was willing to have a few chat wit me. So I did enjoy my dinner there. Lucky for me, the restaurant was close to home, or else the tipsy Asian wont be able to find the way back lol
... walk down the riverside. Very nice food, but my feelings were reinforced - Hungarian cuisine is unlikely to take the culinary world by storm. Mind you, the Sachertorte I had earlier today was magnificent.
More photos of night-illuminated Parliament House which is just across the river from us, and a good sleep (hopefully) before tomorrow's cycling. My bottom, thighs, back and ankles have recovered ...
... call on her as all of the other kids shout out answers.) Tamara is her younger sister, about Aubry's age (she starts first grade at Waldorf next year.) She was very shy around us, but by the end of the day I could catch glimpses of her Aubry-ness (and her favorite pink and purple faux fur vest seemed like a pretty good indication of the inner child.)
We travelled in separate cars, and they took us first to the quaint town ...
... two weeks I had been traveling, it dawned on me why I enjoy (for the most part) traveling alone. When I see or hear of something I want to do, I don’t have to ask someone else if they are ok with it or if we can fit it in. I just do it. When I walked 20ish minutes out of my way just to see if I could get the picture I wanted, I knew that would not have flied if I was traveling with anyone else. Nor would I have even suggested it if I had someone else to drag along. ...
... and jackets were out and it was overcast and grey with showers all morning. Budapest during the day is a stark contrast from its beauty at night. The city is quite repressive and dirty especially on an overcast day and in severe need of some TLC. Beggars line the streets and buildings are run down and neglected. We had free time in the afternoon so we wandered back down to The Danube River ( which by the way is grey, not blue) and to Parliament House which is a ...