Travel Blogs from Budapest
... we didn't need too much - the day was enough. Budapest, what can be said? Your people are kind and your charm is overwhelming. "Szia" tomorrow. Ps. We have been craving ice water. And I mean craving! They don't believe in ice here. Anyways so our server at dinner asked if we wanted "ice" water and we were thrilled and said yes of course. She comes back with sparkling water. Ughh. We wanted ICE CUBES not ...
... prescription which
gives you 50% off the cost of going, as it apparently has medicinal properties.
I am not sure I felt any magical powers of healing, but it was really nice
In the afternoon we got to experience another famous
Budapest activity, cakes. All the cakes and pastries in Budapest are great but
this place was really special. It was on Andrassay Utca which kind of reminded
me of ...
... around Pest stopping to have an expresso in a coffee shop, buy spicy sausage and a cheese scone, and take photos of the beautiful opera house and St Stephens Basilica. We then made our way across the almost over flowing Danube to Buda where we visited our fav church (we've been to Budapest before) the Matthias Church and drinking hole, the Fishermans Bastion. The church is one of a kind - the floor, walls and ceiling looks like a patchwork ...
... at them, and lack of kindness have proven that myself and a few other people aren't completely on people's good lists. And not saying that it's completely true, but it's one judgement that could be true. Being American hasn't been too bad of an issue but you can tell the language barrier frustrates people and you know when they are talking about you when they aren't shy to point and laugh while they talk to others. I know this is ...
... 1072;. Таких мест, к счаст 00;ю, хвата
Так что, само собой, я предв 82;ушаю и Будап 77;шт, и Кошиц 77;.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed