Tulip Inn Budapest Millennium
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... and I struggled. I think Dina got around 3-4 hours sleep while I managed under an hour. This meant my sleep for the last 3 nights was at a measly 6 hours. Nevertheless, when we arrived in Budapest, Hungary, we were both tired and yet excited to see the place as quickly as we could.
We were dropped literally on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere with none of the country currency. We walked for 5 minutes or so until we found a bus station, probably where ...
... the way out and bought a nice logo beach towel which we figure we may need in Croatia anyway.
Whew - out into the heat, 36 degrees by now. Back onto the tram, a quick stop to admire the Parliament buildings and take a few pictures. We felt so very sorry for the guards there, in full uniform and with bright red sweating faces. Uggghhhh how awful for them, just standing there dead still for god knows how long?
On we went and found a ...
... beer, palinka, and wine mixed with seltzer water (50-50, or "fr÷ccs") which has become Laci's drink of choice (something to consider, he seems to be divesting himself of the palinka collection, it no longer agrees with him, so the bottle of Whiskey we had dad bring as a present will have to find another home). There were games in the yard, and more drinks, then the other family that is often present in the yard arrived - ...
... debate was the lone public statue to not be torn down and taken to memorial park on the city outskirts. From the citadel we crossed back over to Pest and wandered through the pedestrian area of Vaci Utica, before saturating our starvation by getting a lagos, a local speciality, which consists of a deep fried pastry base, covered in garlic sauce, sour cream and smothered in cheese (Hungarian won't be remembered as the healthiest cuisine of the trip...). After a night eating goulash ...
Time to close
As you can see, we spent a lot of time in Budapest and took a bunch of pictures. This is the very last picture Darlene took before we took the stairway down to the metro on our departure from Budapest.
So it's time for another good-bye. See you in the next Travel Times when we surface in Krakow, Poland. Some interesting sights there.