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Budapest has been the longest stop on our trip but the time has flown by. We've been staying in a very nice apartment; a big change from hostel dorms. We were meant to be in a tiny place but a mix up with the booking meant that we got a massive four bed apartment all to ourselves. It has a kitchen so we've been making all of our meals and enjoying them with an incredible view of the Chain Bridge, the most famous bridge in Budapest. The city is actually comprised of two ...
After a long train trip from Bucharest, Romania. We checked in to our hotel and went looking for some lunch. It was absolutely pouring rain in Budapest. We were staying on the Pest side of the Danube river (because Budapest was actually two different towns called Buda and Pest) on the way to lunch we walked through "Hero's Square" where they had statues dedicated to the local tribe in Hungary called the "Magyar" and the set out of the statues ...
... to the edge, trying to perform a massive feat of mind over matter. I dipped my toe in, and was just about to go in, when…..I got a bit of a bollocking from the lifeguard. I apparently needed a bathing cap. Oh dear. I guess that leaves me no choice but to return to the toasty pool. Dear me.
When we got too hot, we switched it up to the cooler warm pool, and then back again. After three hours, we decided that unless we wanted to look like Ramses ...
... very different. Even though they are neighbors, their languages and culture are very different. Hungary did remind me, however, of my visit to Prague. I learned at the museum that the Czech Republic and Hungary share a similar culture and there are even Czech people living there from a migration years ago. I think visiting the Ethnography museum was a valuable learning experience and now I am hoping to visit the ...
... and just happens to literally be just around the corner - as in Anne & Barry, round the corner! :-) Cool! Hung out with Becks for the morning with her showing me the sights - the Jewish quarter, St Stevens Cathedral, Magrits Island, Parliament, The Moses Fountain :-), a cool bridge thing thats meaning is awesome... It has the only statue left from the Soviet in sight and at the other side parliament in view. A statue of the first president is not quite halfway across ...