Hotel Regnum Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... up along the river was really smart.
Near the Bethany metro stop, I was able to grab lunch at a place called Edeni Vegan. I asked them for the "most Hungarian" things they had today and got a vegetable soup and lentils. Both were good, but neither had a particularly bold flavor to it.
Working my way back towards the funicular to the castle, I also stopped at the Hungarian Folk Art Museum. In my mind, this was a museum containing classic Hungarian art ...
... long have to search! Actually... here in the AIESEC office I find it pretty easy to work. To be honest, I'm a little jealous when I compare it to our office in Braunschweig!
Nevertheless, I am pleased to know much on my further experiences here in Budapest and to get in touch with the first project.
Random fact: The AIESECers have built the second level in their office itself!
... Anyhoo, the metro and busses have a distinctly 1970's utilitarian feel. Where Sweden was plush and modern, Hungary is stale and decrepit. I have to admit our initial impression was pretty bad, and I was a little worried Chelsea would hate it. Things didn't get all that much better when we got to the hostel. It doesn't look anywhere near as good as it did in the pictures (curse you Instagram!) and the cavernous building gives it a homey, jail-cell feel. The super ...
... love Prague, there are a few things which lessen its appeal. One of those things is the unfriendly service you often receive in restaurants. In Krakow and Budapest the service was nothing but friendly. To the point, where on ordering my meal at a restaurant one evening, the waiter said "i do not suggest this meal for you", apparently it wasn't one of their best dishes, and i was very happy with the alternative suggestion, a delicious ...
Wednesday, 25 Sep 2013
A beautiful sunny day in Budapest. We had a lazy morning at the apartment. Dave accompanied us to the House of Terror museum on the Pest side but did not want to go in. He said he'd seen it once and once was plenty. I understand now. The famous address of 60 Andrassy was first the Hungarian Arrow Cross party aka, the Hungarian Nazi "House of Loyalty" and then the Soviet HQ for ...