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Travel Blogs from Budapest
... car/tram that brings tourists up for a fee. This was a good way to exercise on our trip! We saw the changing of the guard and the watch towers at the top of the hill too.
After a long hike across the city, we made our way back to our hostel's main street. We walked back and forth between Buda and Pest the entire afternoon. Good exercise! The water dispensed from the public fountains tastes ...
... Museum was located about 5 minutes from Heroes' Square and was something unlike any museum I had been to. Unlike American's, Hungarians seem to like to put their museums in castles. As it stands, it is the largest museum of agriculture in all of Europe. According to András, the castle that the museum is located in (Vajdahunyad Castle) was previously owned by a Hungarian aristocrat and was transformed from a private estate to a public landmark in Hungary. ...
... a bit derelict. The courtyard is nothing but dirt. The hostel itself, was fine, it was just the first impression. Inside is quite modernized, with bright colours, a dining area, kitchen, games room and tv room. (It also helps that it was less than 5 pounds a night). The hostel has a real live swedish chef, who was making Hungarian Potato casserole for dinner. I ended up waiting for it, which was supposed to be ready by 7, and wasn't ready until after 8 :( Then, I went ...
... in supermarkets in other countries ( sometimes they can be just as interesting as churches) and so we go in, buy two fabulous bread rolls, some cheese and salami , a packet of biscuits and a bottle of water and we have a feast for five euros. Cheapest meal we've had in Europe! There is a small park across the road from the supermarket and we find a seat in the sun and have our picnic/ feast and relax for an hour. Bliss!!
After lunch we walk down to the river where we ...
... exploring again and found a hard core hot sauna and a 16 degree immersion pool.... Had to test this out! It was in a more hidden part of the complex and was filled with real sauna dwellers, unlike the play saunas upstairs. It was horrific! Luke went in first and after a bit I followed him. It was like being in an oven! Everywhere was burning and especially the floor and seats. I did not last very long at all. However while waiting for Luke to finish I'd ...
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