Ibis Budapest Aero
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Had our first simple breakfast in 2 weeks and set off to see some of the sights we had seen from the river in a bit more detail. Most places except those on the Buda side are within walking distance. Nice to not have to walk on cobblestones and without having to avoid bikes.
First stop was the neo classical St. Stephens Basilica named after Stephen the first king of Hungary in the 10th ...
... its also a bit oily. Lastly, for dessert (which is the most imp course in my opinion lol), I ordered a traditional cake, but I forgot its name, cos it s written in Hungarian. It was like a cake with layers of bread and apple pie filling, topped with some meringue. And it was SO DAMN good. No only I love everything made out with apple, I also enjoy the meringue so much. It was burnt and soft, love it!
After that, I went ...
... the boys showed me around some of the places they visit during the day in the back lot, including the garden, frog pond and a small shelter that seems to include a central altar that Blake's class has used for poetry readings. I also talked for a long time with one of the fathers who was helping put together the playground about the differences in salaries between Hungary and the US. Finally, with no action, we headed home again to eat some lunch and collect Laura and ...
... train. We had booked seats so tried to find these. Only part way into the journey were we told we better move carriages as this was was being disconnected at the next stop! Luckily for that, else we might have ended up somewhere quite unexpected! The train journey was 7 hours but we passed time sleeping, listening to music, catching up on our journal and watching through the windows. We were picked up at the train station and taken to our ...
... The statue of Hussar general Andras Hadik • hospital in the Rock, an underground hospital established during WWII under the Buda Castle • Matthias Church • Fisherman's Bastion • st George's Statue • Disz Square • Sandor Palace • The National Gallery - we just saw the building which is very impressive; we were too tired to go in. • The Royal Palace (first completed in 1265) • Buda Castle • Lion's Yard • Big Rondella ...