Travel Blogs from Budapest
... all we could. Finally we headed back to the hostel for food and a little wine and preceded to hit the town with no real pan. After stopping at a few Ruin Pubs (still not quite sure what these are but we assume they are just bars built into the ruins of old, run down areas) we headed back to the hostel at a reasonable hour so we could enjoy the famous Hungarian baths in the morning. The bath experience was spectacular but let me give you all a little background on ...
... This was when I discovered that dropping my phone and causing a big crack in the top left DID actually have some consequences. The front camera on my phone is a bit broken. The pictures it takes are all ‘cloudy’ and difficult to make out. So no more selfies. I’ll have to ask people to take a picture of me from now on. Still, it’s not too bad of a problem. I think the camera itself is fine, it’s just that the glass in front of ...
... you the main sights from the river. This was a real highlight for me as we managed to see the city from the river just as the sun was setting. For me this is how I imagined Budapest, although it was pretty cold out so the top deck was reserved only for the brave. I only fit into this category for approximately 5 minutes whilst I shot a few snaps then ran back in.
Next stop, what else but a Christmas market? Did you think because we had ...
... out until it was dark, and then used electric fans to keep cool after that. We couldn't open the doors or windows for any length of time during the evening or night due to mosquito ingress, so the options were being bitten to death as we slept or being too hot. We chose the latter option 9 times out of 10.
The rest of our 2nd day in Budapest was spent sleeping in a very big park on an island in the middle of the Danube called ...
... we negotiated our way to the summit through the jungle.
Once we arrived up the top, we were in awe at how magnificent the view was of the valley and the whole surrounding area, seeing this was the highest pyramid in the world (at ...... Metres above sea level).
The thing that annoyed us up there was that there was an easier path to the top, which allowed all these hippies to come up here and feed off the apparent negative ions that the pyramid gave off (supposedly ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking