Jagello Business Hotel
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... practising, people sitting on the grass; just all kinds of activities and people are enjoying themselves on their own way. And that's what I'm so looking forward to do, sadly this kind of lifestyle is not common in my hometown.
I actually quite enjoy just walking on the streets, observing what the locals do, looking at the buildings and really feel the culture. So I don't mind walking a long way to a destination that was located far away. IT can ...
Imre had heard that a free walking tour left very near to our apartment at 10.30, so we hooked up with that, high expectations. Mark and I had had a very light breakfast - coffee and croissants - just around the corner. Well the walking tour of Budapest turned out to be more talking than walking, so we all peeled off and Imre took us on his Budapest day tour. Lots of public transport, buses, trams, metro, and ended up with a tour ...
... went back and forth between Buda and Visegrad over a few centuries sometime around the 13th century. Our destination however was the winter-summer bobsled track (http://www.bobozas.hu/visegrad/index.p hp), wheeled sleds that you ride down the mountain on a metal track. (The best part in my opinion is that you also get to ride the sled up the mountain, so you don't have to hike up.) Blake would have happily kept riding for the rest ...
... I was determined to find a teahouse that was suggested to me that had a nice view of dusk and the lights of the city turning on. I found the area of said teahouse, but it was pretty clear that I had mixed up suggested places because the buildings were tall all around the area and no view of anything other than the building in front of it. So I continued on and decided to head back to the apartment, recharge my phone a bit (so I wouldn’t be completely lost without ...
Yesterday was one of the most lovely and relaxing days ever. We slept in and then pampered ourselves. Budapest is known for being the "City of Baths" so we figured we had to see what all the fuss was about. So we left our hostel in search of food and a bath! The food we found was super amazing. I'm not 100% sure what I had... But it included fresh, hand made pasta and a lot of paprika. I'm a big fan. Then we went to the a Gellért Baths. They were built to ...