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... to get a move on and use our day, so dumped our bags and pushed on, but from a quick glance, It would be nice of me to describe this place as the ultimate dive. More on that later.
Al and I had been desperate to suss out the Szechenzi thermal baths. You may have already read about this wondrous place- 3 large thermal baths all at different temperatures in order to suit you. The baths were situated in this grande yellow building. Lucky for us the weather had turned it ...
... river. There was an audio guide on the boat so we were able to learn a bit of the history of the city. We stopped off on Margaret Island, which is a long island in the middle of the river that used to be an important religious centre in the Middle Ages. We wandered around for an hour or so and found a nice place to have lunch. After the cruise we went for long casual walk along the river. We had a lovely morning. In the afternoon we meet up with the fellowship at ...
... twenty minute walk isn’t too bad, so I headed out. I had a list of the things I was supposed to see in Budapest from two nights before when I was planning, even though I knew I wasn’t going to get a chance to see much of it that day, since I absolutely had to get to Bratislava and it was already about 10:45.
I happened to see a big church near the square where I was so I headed that direction. It turned out to be St.Stepehen’s, ...
What an amazing day! Started with warm croissants and a cafe au lait at the hotel, then a short walk to the Market where we saw all sorts of produce and meats and Hungarian handicrafts in a huge old colorful building reminiscent of the train station in Paris. We enjoyed a "langos" - a Hungarian specialty of deep fried batter covered with your choice of topping - we had cranberries, cream and powdered sugar. Likely about a thousand calories. We ...
... still there. We had dinner at Fulemule, recommended by trip advisor and a few people. It was yum traditional Hungarian food. I ordered a traditional Jewish duck and ended up with half a bird on my plate! Shane had a goulash but not as good as previous ones. Szmpla was a bar we went to for a drink. Pretty cool, random decorations and lights. Half of cars you could sit in and drink, lanterns, livings walls, different levels etc. we were quite tired tho so headed back to the ...