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... rivers stretching for around 2800 miles bordering numerous countries throughout. they served us champagne on arrival, and a Hungarian feast. We were treated like royalty. Paprika is what they are renowned for and that's what we got. Hungarian cold meats and seafood. I feel i definately made the most of it. Budapest at night, on the river is absolutely stunning. Like a pearl necklace lining the river. It was something out ...
A unique feature of the Buda castle district is its underground cave system. These have been used for centuries to hide or to store food and other items. They can be explored in several places.
The Royal Palace has ...
Step 4: Dealing with Culture Shock
Our friends managed to arrive and we have had the most sensational two days in Budapest. Once again I will back track in efforts to keep things chronological.
After Lili and Mattia joined us at the apartment we immediately decided we were starving and needed to go get lunch. So we took the advice of Lili (the Belgian had been here once before) and walked in a ...
We went to visit the Royal Palace at Godollo which is 30km from Budapest. We travelled via the Metro to a suburban railway station and from there by local train. The latter was pretty old fashioned – a real bone shaker with natural air-con ie open windows!! It was interesting to see beyond the city centre as we travelled through the outer suburbs, vineyards and farms.
Godollo was very quiet but very pleasant – ...
... and they look after it very well. The Metro 1 is the oldest and very elegant and I saw no graffiti. There are two types of trams the old and the modern, I stuck to the old. I certainly got my value for the day pass.
I went back to the market yesterday to do my shopping. My sister is going to take some back for me as my bag is getting heavier and heavier.
There do not appear to be any free toilets but that is great as they are all very ...