Mercure Budapest Museum
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... so we got off but we couldn't figure out how to get up there, so we went to this kebab place that all the university students and kids were getting food at and they were amazing.
Then we got ice cream/gelato in waffle cones because we all missed it from Italy and then went to Mozart’s birthplace and walked through that museum. We walked to the Mirabell Gardens from The Sound of Music, which was gorgeous and we took pictures and then we went to Mozart’s residence ...
... cables. The boys were not too happy about the idea of going to a mall, but were suitably impressed with the multi-story megamall, and the size of the Media Markt where we went looking for computer accessories. After finally getting out of the all things electronics (a bit like Best Buy, but they actually carry some food items as well, in case you need coffee for that new coffee maker you just bought), we walked deeper into the mall looking ...
... got the bus and tube into the city but after that most of the time we walked. Just after 5pm we headed out to find some food. We ended up in a bar in time for happy hour. For 798 HUF (approx £2) we all got a delicious cocktail! Feeling happy and energised we walked to the river Danube to see the beautiful city lights. Budapest at night is lovely with the castle, parliament building and it's famous bridges expertly lit. Staying on the Pest side of ...
... propaganda, sports, healthcare, religion, economy under Communism and in comparison with the post-Communist era.
After the tour, we rested our feet and got ready for dinner. We decided to just start walking in a general direction instead of researching where to go and stumbled upon a great area with tons of outdoor restaurants. We picked a place called DiVino and had a lovely last dinner in Budapest where we reminisced Budapest ...
... with Niamh slumped across our shoulders when it normally takes 10 minutes.. Good fun! Thankfully house ***** Brian helped me carry her to bed when we got back. I didn't want to go to bed when we got back so I stayed up with two Scottish guys and talked to them a bit before going to sleep. Monday day was funny because Niamh had everyone asking her how she was because apparently 10 people had to help her get off the couch at Retox and everyone knew about it! Also turns out she got ...