Promenade City Hotel
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... squares & parks. The normal tourist activities. Up to this part of the trip everything is was as planned; then we took the train to Budapest Hungary & the adventure started: the train was late, we got on & settled, then we were told that only the first cars were going to Budapest & not the one we were riding on. After a mad dash (amazing race style) we got to the right ...
... door to a synagogue. Nearby is a beautiful sculpture of a silver stylized tree. This tree has dozens of drooping branches with tiny silver leaves attached. These tiny leaves have the names of Holocaust victims inscribed. Still today names are being added as families donate the cost of the leaf to include their relative.
In the gift shop at the synagogue I bought a dreidel to add to my collection (Josh's parents gave me my first dreidel last Hanukkah to start my ...
... we headed towards the brilliantly illuminated chain bridge. On the way we stopped for dinner at the first reasonably priced restaurant we could find. We hit the jackpot there (I would write the name but it's something long and Hungarian, there's no way I'll figure it out) and I enjoyed my roast goose with a glass of 70 cent wine. Apparently Hungarian wine is really taking off in quality but prices are still rock-bottom. I hope we remember where that restaurant is; ...
... leans more towards an Art Nouveau influence (like the Applied Arts Museum), while buildings in Austria have an interesting mix of Baroque and Modernity. On Saturday I got to explore the city some more with my friend Janaye (New Mexico represent!). We found a photography store, some amazing street art and even a Hooters! I think one of the neatest places we found that day was a little art exhibit that was in the basement of one of the ...
... they announced that they were sorry for the delays, and would announce more in 20 mins... Our gates changed, but one good thing about Ryanair, is that when it comes to actually getting people on the plane and leaving the ground, they can get it done quick.
We finally made it to Budapest, 4 hrs later than planned, just in time for the sun to go down. No sightseeing today! But at least the ladies I was talking to in the airport made their opera show! They were ...