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... and bed coverings have Indian decorations.
We walked around district VII and got a haircut. Down the block is a string of different types of Ruin Pub. This small blurb explains what they are
"The beginning of the 21st century was an exciting turning point in the nightlife of Budapest: in the central area of the city new places were opened one after another in tenement houses and factory buildings doomed to destruction. ...
... also have a sauna, massages, etc. Personally, I was not a fan, but the guys seemed to like it. Being a biology major, all I could think of was the horribly large amounts of bacteria, manifesting its home in the water where I was willingly putting my body. I stayed there, to be polite to the boys, but, personally I was not a fan. That night, we went out and Ice Bar ( a bar made completely of ice).
Overall, a successful day. Satisfied hannah!
... The ski slopes were a bit of a give-away as well. Stopping for lunch at a lovely area of different eating places, I had a soup that I couldn't pronounce but it was like nectar. The closest I could say is that it was sort of like pea and ham soup, only with sliced sausage instead of the ham bone.
We crossed into Hungary shortly after lunch and were soon in the Tatra mountain range with stunning views, then arrived in Budapest late afternoon. We were taken straight to a lookout to ...
... rude awakening in accommodation, after the luxury on the ship- see the graffiti on the front door of the apartment block! The apartment block was a bit of a dump, looking as if it was about to be refurbished (we hoped) and the apartment itself was clean, small and simply furnished, but very central with a short walk to the metro and buses/trams.
Interesting that the city streets were mainly of very elaborate and originally expensive ...
... turned over by hand every New Years. A brief stint of flag spotting in the embassy district was followed by a characteristic lapse into Burger King, which in truth was one of the best laid out fast food joints I've visited. Legs rested. Stomachs filled. We headed out for the Danube, more specifically the steel shoes lining a small section of the bank near the parliament. A monument to those who were shot and discarded into the water ...
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