Mercure Budapest Buda
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... but you get the idea of what it looked like from the misty ones we got. We jumped on the bus and took it back to the Pest Side so we could walk across the Chain Bridge to get back to the Buda side to catch a tour boat to cruise the Danube. I know, seems redundant, but we wanted the experience of walking across the Chain Bridge.
Beautiful buildings line the Danube for as far as one can see, with 6 bridges ...
... were in pieces and were restored by the museum restorers to as new condition. In this display there were some nice looking pieces.
To see the Hungarian National Gallery, first I had to find it. I was told it was in the castle/palace on the hill under the eagle. As I was crossing the Chain Bridge on foot I spotted the eagle high above and got a rough idea from that where I was headed. I found it without ...
... the Buda side to the Gellert Spa which is housed in the beautiful Gellert Hotel. We didn't partake in any spa beauty treatments or swim in the hot baths as we wanted to explore some more of the city before we leave this afternoon. From there we caught the trolley through Buda hopping on and hopping off a few more times till ...
... laundry, we hung it out all over our room, rolled around in our grief of wet garments after 2hrs in a dryer (as seen on facebook) and then sucked it up and went out to see Budapest. By then it was midday. Not happy jan. So we ventured out to a place Tash and I were both keen on seeing - the house of terror. I have a wad of handouts from the place, but to keep it short and sweet it was a brain hurting kind of informative visit - I have no idea how poor Tash must feel, as ...
... and walked the souvenir aisle. We had a free afternoon so walked to the Great Synagogue - the 2nd largest in the world and a beautiful building. Then we took the metro to the House of Terror -- a museum with a realistic recording of Nazis and communist secret police and located in a former headquarters and torture site. Our evening adventure was a boat ride on the Danube River. We walked through the ...