Novotel Budapest City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a young lad of about twelve playing football miskicked and his ball hit me full in the face. I didn't see it coming so I was a bit stunned, but the lad came running over, sounded very concerned in Hungarian and then shook my hand. I nodded and mumbled and he seemed happy enough, so hopefully that was an appropriate response to being the victim of a flying ball in Hungary. We'd seen all there was to see in City Park, but I was still worried about this bus stop when I spotted ...
... our resting point, Budapest very quickly was the extension of this. We really weren't dedicated tourists in this cool city, spending a lot of time lounging in the hostel and this super funky cafe we found nearby...You could say we were becoming regulars! After a day of relaxation, Al and I split to get a few jobs done- Al to go and suss what was nearby and the bridges that crossed over to the Buda side of the city and me to write blog entry on Vienna!
Skipping forward ...
... So good to have clean, nice smelling clothes. That night we decided to go and watch Alcoholympics at Retox with Christina, Kelly, Stretch, Sam and a few others, instead of going to the pub crawl. We got into retox, had a moonshine and sat and watched the Alcoholympics which was quite funny and nothing like Id really seen before. The night was eventful and I shan't include everything that went down, but it ended with a few tears and a massive rain storm. Thursday day was quite slow ...
... our way through the crowd and made our way to the lookout point that has one of the best views of the city. I took several photos and then we headed up to the Freedom statue at the very top. Along the way were photos on the side of the actual fortress (citadel) dating from around the Second World War showing the city's bridges and buildings bombed out. At the very top of the hill, we reached the Freedom statue, holding her palm branch up to the sky. The statue was originally ...
... a sort of bizarre electronic courtship, but a shame they were ignoring their surroundings.
Ok, time to wind this up- a pleasant week here in Budapest, but we had to get off at the crack of Dawn (sorry about that, Dawn) with a flight to Bodrum in Turkey, via Istanbul. The evenings are drawing in here, and it’s rapidly getting into Autumn, so the Tropics (or at least the sub tropics) are calling us urgently.
Bye for now,
Richard and ...