Novotel Budapest Congress
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We have our optional excursion to the house of parliament, St Stephen's Church and end up in the famous Gundel restaurant enjoying a chocolate crepe. Free time afterwards and miss the bus back to the hotel so have to catch a taxi, they take too long to serve you at cafes and restaurants and vowed to get take away next time.
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Off to Budapest today and on arrival we have a city tour before going to our hotel for two nights. The weather is windy, the breeze is cool but the sun is warm.
Tonight we enjoy a optional Danube cruise and dinner and it is really very nice seeing the night lights of Budapest.
We relaxed, had breakfast and got a picnic lunch from Spar, the grocery store. We are now pros at the marketing. One of us gets in line and the other finds the last things. We know to put the shopping basket on the left and the checker will put the merchandise on the right. We then pay and take the basket on the right to the counter to bag up in ...
No Hungarian city can compare to Budapest. It has Old World Charm with a cosmopolitan lifestyle. This glorious city is a work of art and a joy to walk around. Home to almost 1.7 million people, the city is actually the merging of two cities that span ...
... foul play. Here in the sunny streets of Pest however, they were genuine and sincere and always helpful. I went as far as asking one such friendly citizen where the best coffee bar was nearby, which he pointed out on my map. I was not at all surprised when the coffee turned out to be just as good as I hoped it would be.
I'm afraid however that I let the good people of Budapest down one afternoon after getting rather cross with a metro ticket machine that swallowed ...
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