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... a place to eat dinner. I did not realize that I hadn't seen St. Stephen's Basilica, home of the hand of a dead king, until I accidentally stumbled upon it while wandering that part of town.
It's a pretty basilica, but I didn't have a chance to go inside. I walked around it for a while and also around the park next to it. I seriously considered riding the big ferris wheel in the park, but it was really expensive, and I had already seen some great views of the city from the castle.
... is excellent and extremely knowledgable. He is a teacher when school is in, and does this in the summer as a hobby and a little extra money. We love bike tours because they can cover a good amount of the city, go where the big coaches can't go, and we have had really good luck getting great guides. This tour is no exception. We finish at dusk, grab a couple if donar kabobs and head back to the apartment for dinner. A great first day in ...
... cream. As we prepared to pay for our lunch, we handed the waiter our card and he immediately waved it away telling us we could only pay in cash. We didn't have enough cash in Hungarian Forinths because we are trying to use it all up before we leave tomorrow. So my mom had to run to an ATM around the corner to get cash just to pay for lunch. At first we all couldn't believe a restaurant could stay in business while only taking cash, but then we realized this isn't American and we ...
... cost about 48 Euros. We also bargained with our teacher so that we could end class early in order to catch the train. It was quite a sight, about 14 university students who had only known each other for about a week heading to a brand new city in a brand new country with a brand new language. One of the reasons why the tickets were so inexpensive was because getting to Budapest required about 4 train transfers. One of which didn’t really ...
... house charm despite the fact we are in Budapest. Again the walking tour was good, good but not great. The guide was very good and took quite a liking to Lee and I which made us feel a bit special. The topic 'the Jewish quarter' comes with quite a bit of baggage here but she managed the good and bad bits pretty well and it was well worthwhile. There's heaps of information in most tours and this was no exception and like most places the Jews have done it pretty tough. ...