Ibis Budapest Aero
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... And as it was getting later, more people’s gathering, and I really enjoyed the vibrant atmosphere.
Whats more, when I walked back to the hostel, I can actually look at the Opera House once again, and this time it was lit up. How beautiful is that. It’s like a grand palace in front of you. I really love it.
Then it comes to dinner, as I was already home, I just picked one restaurant from the map that ...
Tired, not in a blogging mood, feeling great, though.
Hop-on Hop-off Budapest bus. Did most of the main circuit, got off at central produce market, then found a local lunch bar. Peter has become a formidable obsessed driving force for any sort of food or drink.
Lunch ok, but hugely unnecessary and I had destroyed my appetite by eating a plum and a peach. Lovely.
Back on the bus ...
... suitcase and got there as the workmen seemed to be loading up the truck.
A trip to the grocery store, a little cleaning and a pretty good attempt (in my humble opinion) to recreate what has become one of our favorite Hungarian meals (pork medallions served with lecso over roasted potatoes; http://www.mindmegette.hu/magyaros-szuz erme-lecsoval-es-burgonyaval.recept) rounded out a pretty good catch-up kind of day.
... does a body good. Defeats the purpose of a warm cup in hand while walking the cold wintery streets, but many places don’t do brewed coffee and an Americano just doesn’t sound appealing.
Anyway! Moving on, I continued my walk toward the Parliament building and city center. As I was walking, I saw a view that I could not pass up. However, the amount of traffic lights, tram wires, and trees in my way didn’t make for a good picture. For the first time ...
... 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. ...