Marmara Hotel Budapest
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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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... of interest, and planned to look in the aldi so we could decide what we were going to buy for meals while in Budapest. Just as we were on the way there, but passed on market stool, and right there before me, in front of my very eyes, were jars of sweets for pick 'n' mix!!!! I nearly fainted! I purchased 100g, smelt the bag, and then put them in my rucksack. Later that day they would find the safety of the hostel locker until the perfect time came to eat ...
... long grass there. Gypsy caravan here. Daughter with guinea pig named Guido there. One of the ladies (the sister of the owner) was an amazing gardener and I went to visit her while she was working in her garden one day. She was so happy to share what she had! I came away with parsley, green onions, strawberries, lemon balm, mint and two flowering plants – it was wild! When we left, she ran out of the house and gave us two beautiful red apples. I will never forget ...
... be able to catch my train. There was some miscommunication, but in the end, I missed the 1:25 PM train. I had written down twenty five after but somehow got it into my head that it was actually thirty five after. So that was a bummer.
The trains to Bratislava run every two hours though, so I had another train I could catch, in two hours. Not enough time to really go out and see any of the parts of the city. Budapest is REALLY BIG – just ...
... m not sure why, but all of the animals were extremely curious and active, wanting to see us and figure out what we were doing. Literally the moment you walked into the room, the animals head perked up, then they ran over to the window, edge of the cage, or the walk way to see you. To be honest, it scared me a few times. The most prominent time was with the lemurs. When I walked into the lemur room, there was no staff there ...
... and didn't like him so they captured him, put him in a barrel studded with nails (like an iron maiden) and rolled him down the citadel hill, the tallest hill in the city, once known as witch mountain. I like this town!
The must visits are the Opera house, which you can get into the lobby of free. Heroes square, with amazing sculptures all around a large open area with a museum on each side, and in the centre is a tomb for the lost soldiers from all of Hungary's ...