Tulip Inn Budapest Millennium
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At 1pm, we met part of our group and the local guide to visit SZENTENDRE, a cute town with cobble-stoned streets and many little shops, all in one area. Two girls from the other Cosmos group were late, so our bus left them. We toured the MARZIPAN MUSEUM that had many things on display made of marzipan from the House of Parliament, kings and queens …
A sightseeing city tour of Budapest included HERO'S SQUARE, but only driving by House of Parliament and the Royal Palace. Hero's Square is next to City Park and in the center is Millennium Memorial. The statues are leaders of seven tribes that founded Hungary in the 9th century. There are also statues of important statesmen in Hungarian history …
We arrived at the Hungarian border at 2pm and Tunde being from Hungary worked her magic and the crossing only took 7 minutes! Go Tunde! She was very excited about this part of the tour since this was her home and she was hoping that we would enjoy it. We arrived at our hotel in Budapest in the evening at the Tulip Inn. This one had air conditioner …
Second full day in Budapest. Went to the famous market called Nagy Vasarcsarnok, wandered around and sampled local pastries and breads. Bought tickets for our next day's trip to Vienna from Keleti station then walked to the City Park and Heroes square. Beautiful buildings, ...
... tomorrow. Only a drink or two can cheer us now.
We are close to the Central Market Hall, so we walk through taking in the sensory overload of brightly coloured fruit and vegetables, pungent sausages, and masses and masses of paprika. Back out into the rain briefly, before the warm candle-lit glow of the “For Sale” pub and restaurant beckons. Straw and peanut shells on the floor contribute to a rustic décor, ...
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