Europa Hotels & Congress Center
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... It was then up to a lookout which would be fantastic on a clear day but unfortunately for us the city was covered in a blanket of fog. We were then taken to Matthias Church which was breathtaking. So far the churches in Europe have been spectacular and I don't think I will ever get sick of of them. Even if you are not religious, they command respect from all who visit.
So far we have been extremely lucky with the weather but unfortunately our luck changed today. ...
... past the city. So after getting somewhat lost for the second time, we again turned around, corrected the address and drove to the address. Every now and then you would hear an approaching party bike.. Now this is crazy and something you would never see back home. It is a large bike, kind of built around a large table, where everyone sits facing in like they are sitting in a bar.. They all peddle but not as you would expect.. They have a bartender and drinks as they go along.. ...
... bus ride :S.
We made it to the next train and all piled on, it was really confusing at first because all the seats had reservations but after a while we decided to just sit down. These seats were pretty comfy so we were all like, hey this isn't so bad ! We were on the train for maybe 30 min when we got to the Croatian border, where we waited for over an hour. There was about 20 border guards to check passports and in ...
... which allowed me to take in all the buildings and atmosphere and made it easier to get to know the city so that after I could quickly dispense of the map.
Despite arriving into Budapest early in the morning, it was mid-afternoon before I was able to go and explore Budapest. I made it to the Parliament, the St Stephens Cathedral and managed to see the end of a grand prix type thing for the 1st of May, the almost Europe-wide public holiday that had caused me so much drama. ...
... shock and in all its natural beauty left me once again breathe-less and wanting more. The many alleyways held beautiful cafes that were max 6 euros for food so when you go be sure to take a turn off the beaten track to find your own hidden gems. Budapest had it all, St Stephens Basilica, Crazy nightlife, amazing food, great markets, lovely people, culture and history and I recommend adding this to the must see list because it will not ...