Marmara Hotel Budapest
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... streets, there were a few streets which we thought better of cycling down - We used the Hop on Hop off bus guide to find our way round the city both days which was very useful and free..
We returned to the City on 29th May for an Evening Boat trip along the river, it was only 2400ft for both of us (Ł7-8) and lasted an hour or so, but the buildings lit up along the way were stunning.
We would very much recommend Budapest to ...
... to the church.
After leaving the church we turned east and headed over to the Opera House. The facade of the building honors famous Hungarian composers Ferenc Erkel and Franz Liszt and the interior is a lovely series of arches, columns and chandeliers. There wasn't enough time to tour the full building, but you can sense that seeing an Opera here would be an amazing experience.
After emerging from the Opera House we crossed ...
... to see the inside of a church. You don't even have to pay to see Notre Dame. Oh well... like I said before, we had our fill of churches and fancy buildings in general for a while. Just to be fair, we stopped by the Grand Synagogue on the way back to the hostel. The synagogue is the second largest in the world. It cost $13 a person to get inside, without a tour. Ha. No thanks.
We made lunch at the hostel because we could not decide what to eat on the street ...
... us over the microphone if we wanted a clue, we needed 3 in total. One time you had to turn off the lights to see the blue writing on the wall to get the next key or clue, and another you had to kneel on this little altar with a bible on it. We were busy looking through the bible for the clue and Jen thought to kneel on it and "presto" a little door opened on the opposite wall and we continued. Very good, lots of fun, very collaboratively, like me on one ...
... list of to-do's before the looming date of September 7th.
Countless long and tiring hours, stressful deadlines, and 6+ day working-weeks that blended one into the next.... and finally that day came. A day that has been but a dream, often faded, for the past 13 years. A day when people would come from near and far to celebrate God's faithfulness and provision in the dedication of the Rézkígyó ministry ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarmara Hotel Budapest
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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