Mercure Budapest Museum
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- Minbar in room
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... of the 16. It is mostly Canadians with some Americans, so it's unfortunately less diverse than other G Adventure Tours I've been on. Our Tour Director is a gorgeous Spaniard named Daniel. He seems organized, helpful and always with a smile on his face. His first task was organizing us for dinner and he did that in grand style. We walked only 3 minutes to a restaurant called "cat in the bag" in English where the food was ...
... found St Stephens Basilica, it is the largest church in the area.
Went on "Sziget eye - Belvaros" a large ferris wheel or small london eye, depending on you point of view, went round 3 times, got scared the 3rd time when they stopped at the top to let more people on & Tim rocked it, walked along Vaci st, then checked out the hotel we need to start the boat trip from on Tuesday.
Love this city ...
... on to St, Istvan's (St, Stephen's) Basilica a, enjoying a street hip hop performance along the way. Although only just over 100 years old, the interior of the basilica is classically beautiful on a grand scale. Whilst there a concert was in progress which added to the experience, I'm starting to believe that Budapest is contending with Paris as one of my favourite cities in ...
... sights on foot, I met a couple at the hotel and went out for dinner. The restaurant we chose was fantastic. With tables outside, overlooking the Danube river, people everywhere having fun, friendly waiters and a guitarist playing music out the front, it was really lovely! We stayed long enough to see the Buda Castle light up. It was gorgeous :) I had goulash with cabbage and for dessert I had to try the raspberry tirimisu!! It was all incredibly ...
... and nothing else really seemed to be open. Then I saw a “Sweet Donuts” sign and there was an open sign hanging on the door. Yay! Inside was a cute little place which I got a nice little espresso from. If there is one thing I have learned from my travels its that I definitely prefer more coffee (flavor) less milk. So, lattes are out. Machiattos are tolerable and cappuccinos are definitely off the list. What I have concluded is that espresso with a little milk ...