Marmara Hotel Budapest
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... and I also added a cheese/pizza type bread and a sample of baklava for desert. This all came to a total of 4,500 Forint. Yup. But, remember your math…divide by 2 and move the decimal place and our meal came to about $22.50 USD which wasn’t so bad. Each out main meals were only about $7 USD and they were quite large. Quite a difference from the past few cities.
After eating we went back to the apartment and basically just relaxed, ...
... island fountain tonight and it sounded like some sort of jazz singer at the water tower. We get it all for free at our hotel. Anyway, its been a great cultural day. We had a quick look at the city centre with its square and all the eating and shopping areas and think Budapest is a must do for you all. Try to find a time that is heatwave free. Even the locals are complaining about the heat saying that 40 is too much. Apparently it is usually only around 30 at this time of the ...
... currency, so had to purchase some Hungarian dollars....took out $100 and that was 28000 forints, so is a little hard to get one's head around the big numbers.
So not a lot of action today and this will be the last internet connection until on the boat tomorrow afternoon, so probably no report for a couple of days....trust you don't withdrawal effects from not having any Smyth travels to catch up on.
... at the hostel and told about all the events they have going on each night. Before the pub crawl at 8:30 James and I rushed to the thermals baths to relax for a few hours. Budapest is well known for its bath culture that started when the Turks occupied Hungary and came from the fact that the Turkish love their bath houses and Budapest has naturally occurring thermal springs. The bath house has a collection of different pools and spas of different temperatures so you can find ...
... her boyfriend Oliver met us at the bus station and drove us to our residence for the next two days, the Art Boutique Hostel, situated conveniently across the street from St. Stephen's Basilica in Pest. Any preconceived ideas about hostel living were dismissed when we entered the place. An apartment with three bedrooms, Art Boutique barely qualifies as a hostel, housing only a few people at a time. It was cozy, the minimal ...
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I was not sure what to expect as this was my first trip overseas. This hotel was great. Clean and comfortable. I would stay here again if I had the chance. Centrally located for our purposes.
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