Novotel Budapest City
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... in Buda Castle.
we went to a restaurant near the castle to enjoy some fine Hungarian
cuisine. We spent the night in a hostel. Our host served us fish
stew, some langos with garlic and sour cream, and we had chimney cake
(Kurtoskalacs) and lavender liqueur for dessert.
next day, my companions wanted to take a swim in the Balaton Lake,
southwest of the country. After we cooled down in the ...
... knowledge that people have created such visions of beauty, of angels, of saints, and of a better life to come. I know that a simple person could regain their faith by listening to a choir or organ playing in such surroundings. Ah, but there aren't that many simple peasants left in this complicated world we live in.
Parliament too, is grand and lovely to see, but the power is much more apparent here with the uniformed and armed soldiers barring entry to all but tourist areas. ...
... not sure I get it all..... After we turned off the main highway toward the park we passed trough villages where some of he houses still showed the bullet holes from the civil war. We checked into the hotel - a very busy tour bus hotel in heavy rain and thunderstorms. The forecast is for heavy rain and thunderstorms tomorrow as well. Not looking forward to hiking in the ...
... via the Chain Bridge, and down the The Great Market. Let's just say its 4:30 and we are exhausted. Not sure of evening plans, but tomorrow we hope to make it to Heroes' Square/City Park in the am. Tomorrow night we will see Tosca at the Hungarian State Opera and then head to the airport around 3:30 am Friday. I don't want this to ...
... circus! All sorts of fun things. We then walked back down to our apartment and got ourselves ready for dinner at Zeller Bistro - number one on tripadvisor! Getting there was a bit of a mission, as I had just looked up the street on our city maps, not the number. When we got to the street we were a bit shocked, as the numbers only went up to 24, and we had the address as 36!! Finally we realized that the street was interrupted halfway down by another, and then resumed ...