Promenade City Hotel
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... is just minutes away from our apartment.
That evening we dined at an Etterem - kind of a cross between a pub and a high end restaurant.
Deb had chicken baked in yoghurt sauce, but it was not like Tandoori. Very good but Very rich!
Jack ordered chicken goulash, which turned out to be a chicken leg with a cream paprika sauce.
The next morning we walked toward the Chain Bridge, the first bridge to connect the towns of Buda and Pest (before then people had ...
... email addresses and contact details. - I wonder how many will actually stay in contact! We got quite friendly with two couples from Brisbane so I imagine we would stay in touch with them, but that would be about it I think. We finished the day with an evening tour of the City Lights - very worthwhile as it is an equally pretty city by night with the various old buildings lit up and reflections off the ...
... our resting point, Budapest very quickly was the extension of this. We really weren't dedicated tourists in this cool city, spending a lot of time lounging in the hostel and this super funky cafe we found nearby...You could say we were becoming regulars! After a day of relaxation, Al and I split to get a few jobs done- Al to go and suss what was nearby and the bridges that crossed over to the Buda side of the city and me to write blog entry on Vienna!
Skipping forward ...
Had good time in Budapest beautiful city. Very very hot and yesterday was a public holiday 9th June. Day before we were on the hop on hop off bus and did the river cruise. In the evening we went to a Hungarian Dance Concert excellent and in a beautiful old Theatre. After off for beer and shared cheese platter, there was 5 off us couple of Midwives and one ...
... way to the end. The M2 line is a beautiful line – the cars are all new, while the blue line is very old – the cars look like they’re fifty years old. The red line had cushioned benches instead of seats which was interesting. You can fit an indefinite number of people on a bench I suppose.
Got to the end of the blue line around 1:20. There is pretty good signage to get from the end of the metro to the bus and even which bus is the airport ...