Jagello Business Hotel
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... Cas and I split stuffed cabbage, chicken with dumplings, goulash soup, and a sponge cake dessert and it was fantastic.
We went back to the apartment and went to Mystique to play an Escape Game, which is apparently popular in Budapest. It was Egyptian themed and we had to figure out a bunch of clues to unlock everything to find objects and find all the keys to unlock the next puzzle--it was really interesting, but we did really well, barely needing any hints from the lady. ...
... up and down the river to sight see a bit. The beautiful gothic parliament building is on the East (Pest) side and the castle hill is on the west (Buda) side of the Danube. But somewhere between our introduction to the city of a drunk bum hassling us on the subway, to the blender getting stolen, to being a bit run down, the hostel full of teenagers, and the dreary weather left us with the impression that Budapest wasn't for us. Also, there are a ...
... the end of WWII, with Hungary on the losing side, brought widespread destruction and ushered in the era of communism. Driving through the city you can see evidence of Hungary's war torn past with many of the buildings still having bullet and artillery holes.
We were fortunate enough to be able to stay with Tom's aunt, Evi, and become somewhat immersed in Hungarian culture. We also got to meet and spend time visiting ...
... of the night! On Monday, Stretch and I decided to go to Tesco and split a bottle of vodka for Monday night Open Mic Night. It was a night full of some amazing talent - people singing, playing instruments and doing some very funny things. I went home to Grandio before Niamh did which didn't go to plan. She was supposed to be going home with one of the girls from Grandio but ended up going home by herself in a mafia cab and got a fair bit of money stolen off her. Open Mic was a ...
... so decided to try it out. Not too bad!
We also passed by a restaurant which had been recommended by Ildiko (friend living in Budapest) called Cafe Kor and we booked in for tonight. As the rain was starting to fall we set off for the apartment and bought lunch on the way.
By late afternoon it began to fine up so we went for a walk down to the river to check out first our train station which we need to exit from on Friday. We took a stroll up ...