Jagello Business Hotel
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... is very reasonable considering it’s a Michelin Star.
- Go to the Castle District in Buda. You get amazing views of the city from there. Oh and it’s a UNESCO World Heritage site. Don’t stumble upon those everyday.
- Don’t get to the Budapest Airport earlier than 2 hours or you’ll have to wait to check in.
Day 1 – Bupa & Pest
We arrived in Budapest at 11:30 am ...
... br> The city has a mix of architecture, including Successionist. 80% of Budapest's buildings were bombed in WW2 & all of the bridges. The rebuild began in 1950 & all but one of the bridges were rebuilt as replicas. When we changed lines our bus took us to Buda, known as the castle district. Similar to Prague Castle, but there are ruins of 13th century castles and statues to kings & saints & a stunningly beautiful Cathedral with a mosaic roof ...
... cooked in a lovely spice and for tomorrow Hungarian Goulash and vegetables. For the three of us for two nights, $20. We could live very, very cheaply here and eat amazingly delicious food with equally delicious wines for a very long time. The weather really deteriorated late this afternoon and we opted to give away any thoughts of doing anything else but returning to our lovely apartment and relaxing for a couple of hours. Hopefully tomorrow will be ...
... down to the riverside, along of the chain bridge and up the other side for a little way. Out of all the day we had in Budapest this was the most beautiful day the sun was out and it was a warmish day. It was good to see Budapest in the full sunshine and to get some Vitamin D.
I really did enjoy Budapest even if it was a lazy week, I think we experienced and saw a fair amount (although talking to a few of our friends since there was also a lot we didn't do- ...
... the stores were not the same, even the material of the clothing was not the best, but the fact we were in a mall, none the less, filled with Christmas decorations, made it feel like we were home. I wouldn't say that I am homesick, but it's the little things like that, that make me miss being back in the States. After hours of trying on clothes, checking out the food court, and buying chocolate from the local stands we decided to grab something to eat and head back to the ...