Promenade City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the backdrop of the magnificent lit up parliament buildings. After dinner Ken and I ventured back into the city to experience some of the night buzz - this time using the underground (although one of the oldest subways in Europe it is excellent if not a bit unnerving zooming under the Danube) We had a taste of this bustling vibrant city that blends new with old and that exudes a history that has seen incredible change for the Hungarian ...
... sight. It is interesting to note that the plaque by the monument refers to victims, while most of the tour books say the Jews who were killed. We then walked across the Chain Bridge known as one of the world's great bridges. It was destroyed at the end of WW II but was rebuilt. In fact, a lot of the buildings in Budapest have been destroyed many times and rebuilt each time. Budapest has been cleaning up some of the ...
... We were tired after this experience and found the tram home to rest up for the evening stroll.
The evening was cooler and windy. We walked down the pedestrian streets to the place we like. We spent a leisurely evening over mushrooms, goulash and a pizza along with the world cup. We wrapped up in the blankets provided and made a night of it....the art of dinner in Europe...what a pleasure.
... 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 ...
... It can only hold twenty people or so, and so it is so cozy and everyone is family! We made ourselves some lunch, got to know our roommates and then decided to start celebrating my birthday which was the next day! We stayed at the hostel and visited and played card games and then decided to go to a club about ten minutes away from our hostel and danced the night away! The club we went to was called Instant, and is one of many Ruin Pubs here in Budapest! It had three different ...