Tulip Inn Budapest Millennium
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... We both had goulash appetizer. Bonnie had Hungarian chicken and dumplings and I had a sampler of Hungarian cold foods. We were both stuffed. So far we are very impressed with Budapest. People and friendly and very polite. We feel very safe. As we have found elsewhere in Europe, there is a lot of smoking but fortunately it is not allowed anywhere inside. ...
... stands in another, downstairs was the fish market and "exotic" meat section...lots of gross looking stuff down there. Paprika was a popular item for tourists and the scent of it permeated the atmosphere.
Back on the bus to the "House of Terror", a museum that documents the repression suffered by Hungary under control of Nazi Germany in WWII and following that, communism. Hungary actually came out of WWII wanting to be independent and democratic, but ...
... took the sweets from her and put them back in display. It may have been useful to know more Hungarian.. We arrived in Vienna early afternoon to check into our Ibis budget - an upgrade on the Easyhotel! But maybe if we went to a normal ibis we may have had the shower in the bathroom not the bedroom and a doorknob inside the toilet? Vienna is a lovely city to walk around, plenty of older baroque style buildings to see so we walked our ...
... memorial, however, as this stern-faced soldier refused to let us beyond a certain point. Apparently, it was okay for other tourists to pass the line, but we couldn't. Whatever. Their discipline was pretty inconsistent.
We then went to another park where a "fake" castle was placed in the old Hungarian style just for kicks, and there was a movie being filmed there! Many men and women were dressed in mid-1700s garb-- powdered wigs, white faces, ...
... out tomorrow morning at seven with tomorrow's route highlights including the Romanian border (an EU country but apparently not an easy border), some salt mines (http://www.tourismontheedge.com/places /turda-salt-mine-romania.html) and somewhere to sleep near the Bran aka. Dracula's Castle (http://www.bran-castle.com/en/photo_ga llery/exterior) which we'll explore the next morning. Wish us luck on our first day! Next installment will come as Internet connectivity allows. Off to ...