Tulip Inn Budapest Millennium
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... to take 60 patients but at the height of the attack it had 700 patients. the hospital was very advanced and ran on electricity, it was also under the red cross so everyone in the hospital was protected when the russians arrived, it was used once again during the rebelion of budapest in the 1950s. it was then closed but as the cold war develloped and there was a major threat of a nuclear bomb they turnt it into a secure bomb shelter with its own water supply ...
... and then rolled in cinnamon or vanilla sugar, nuts, chocolate, you name it. I'm now wondering where to find myself a pastry spit in CB... After that we went back and relaxed in the sun on our balcony and enjoyed a few beer we had brought with us from Prague. Budapest has loads of museums and sights to see but for two Canadian girls, being able to look out over the River Danube on a sunny April 1st was exactly how we wanted to play tourist that day.
... furniture, paintings and themes. On a bar, Instant, has and upside down room and a pathway of rabbits... My favourite is Szimplar (I spent all 3 nights there). It is probably one of the most famous, but it has has such an great atmosphere to it, and even though it is a huge bar (inside, outside, upstairs, downstairs) its the kind of place where you could just go for a couple of chilled drinks with friends (not that you would as it is a ...
... eatery hosted by Hungarian ladies serving up home made fried chicken, potatoes, meatballs and cabbage rolls. A full meal for 2 was under 10 bucks...DELICIOUS!
We navigated out of the city and went to the "Hungarian Sea" a beautiful and very large body of water about 100 KM outside of Budapest. With 34 C temps and clear blue skys all we wanted to do was go jump in a lake. Mind you it's ...
... or maybe the world?). The tour was too short, but the building was beautiful. I mean the amount of thought and skill that went into creating such a beautiful building is mind blowing. After that, just the 6 of us student ventured to the "Shoes on the Danube" memorial. This is an art piece that commemorates the time when the Nazi Arrow Cross Party brutally killed Jews. In the location of the brass shoes that make up the memorial once stood Jews who were shot and then left in ...
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