Mercure Budapest Museum
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... and heavy purse with me the whole time so my feet were starting to hurt a lot, but then I was considering the fact that the people I was reading about who were in the exact same spot I was standing in, went through so much more than just some sore feet. It really helped me to gain perspective on the whole thing. All in all it was quite an amazing city and experience. We got on the metro and got to the airport to check in for our flight, got on safe and sound to the flight with no problems and now home to ...
... funicular which I think also was being renovated but nevertheless the one opposite the church was cute, warm and had friendly locals dressed in traditional clothing. Also at the top are the dracular caves. The dusty models and poorly lit information boards added to the charm of this attraction. We laughed all the way around and genuinely got quite spooked in the cold black cave with spooky music. Defiantly worth a visit if you have time. In the evening ...
... away from it, it was magnificent. I might be wrong, but I think it's the largest or second largest parliamentary building in Europe. Hundreds of rooms and glorious design. Days like this make me wish I brought my good camera; but, then I would t be light on my feet. Traveling is about compromises, and today was my compromise to enjoy the city a bit for what it is, and not what all us 'tourists' are here for. Good day, really finding a lot I like about ...
... post by the German high command. It was used again during the 1956 uprising after which, it was converted to a nuclear bunker for the ruling political party.
Inside are a number of highly detailed and faithfully restored exhibits of the 1945-56 sections and the additions made to make it a nuclear bunker. The air-conditioning machinery is still used to heat/cool the atmosphere as needed.
Finished with the hill for now, ...
... beautiful and Matt absolutely loved it. I know this because he took lots and lots of photos. This building is designed in the Gothic style. (Gothic Revival to be accurate Matt tells me). I have been learning all about different styles of buildings and design over the last couple of weeks. I think I could almost become an architect myself after this trip! As night was falling we drove up to the top of Gellert Hill which overlooks Budapest from the Buda side of ...