Mercure Budapest Museum
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... we started. Having in mind where we wanted to go we took a look and it seemed rather dead, instead we strayed into the trendy local area and with a multitude of options decided on a less than authentic Asian fusion restaurant but with an amazing Pad Thai and Burger as our choices washed down with some great local brews we were more than happy.
Day 2 in Budapest started with a home cooked breakfast care of Brendon, the initial plan after this was to head for the ...
... us begin by picking apart the name shall we? (I know you are all itching to know). The Hungarian capital is really two cities, Buda and Pest. The Buda side of the Danube (the separating river), is where you would take Mum and Dad. It is beautiful, serene, calm and full of elegance. The side of Pest though... this is where all the 'business' within the city takes place, culture and a thriving nightlife scene.
... take us, we had no idea what way and five minutes by whose watch but off we trotted and finally found it! Walking back there was a building lit up and bats were circling the roof, In our inebriated state we were mesmerised, the bats looked like stars and we were easily entertained for atleast 20 minutes. Entertainment has dipped since the opera in Vienna. Had to move hostels as the one we were in was fully booked for another few days. Downloaded a new app that directs you with ...
... her hand to the left which was where the tellers were visible. I stood in the line of ONE (me) waiting for one of them to acknowledge me when he/she was done with the previous client. I stood and stood and stood for what seemed to be an eternity, finally got sick of waiting and approached a a young man thinking that he would speak some English (Children learn English and German ...
... of a Russian soldier shaking hands with a Hungarian in friendship, but after the Russians left Hungary, the statue was removed. More on that later. Cath rightly pointed out that it would be unwise and foolish to be attacked in a dark deserted park for the simple reason of not getting out before night fell. So, we scampered down the path to the river stopping briefly to see the statue of saint somebody gazing out upon Buda. We crossed ...