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What a truly beautiful city. This is my highlight. So wish we had had longer here. So many things to see. The lady told us there are 12 kilometres of tunnels under the city from the war. Most houses have a big cellar from the tunnels. We had a bit of a shop today in some markets. Not a lot open, just lovely souvenir shops and cafes . We are in the lounge watching Traditional Hungarian dancers at the ...
... the train station - to land an unassuming foreigner to see if she needed a ride to her hotel. (I checked his credentials, he was legit, and he give me the firm price, when I asked.) Actually he was lovely, but he preferred Euros, don't you know. Lucky I had some in my wallet, as a back up. He could have overcharged, but I actually didn't care at that point. Just what they bank on, I'm sure. I trusted my gut about it being okay with this taxi ride. Well worth it for €15 - as ...
... and we were able to find some sound advice on Hungarian wines. As the day drew to a close we hopped back on to our coach for a short trip down the river to where we boarded a boat for an evening cruise down the Danube. We were greeted with a glass of champagne and amazed by a long central table laden with traditional Hungarian food. Our local guide told us a little about each dish but to be honest, we were too busy ...
From Prague to Budapest it's an all day train ride. We arrive at the main station early evening and embark on a hike to our accommodation on what looks like the other side of the city (seeing as we can't read anything about where the busses go it seems to be our only option). It's surprisingly hot for this late in the day and even this time of year. We haven't had heat like this for a month at least, it makes us happy to think we have finally reigned in some ...
... a red star and flanked by the Soviet soldier standing with the flag that we saw at Memento Park and was unveiled after the war by the Soviets. The Communist references were removed but she was left there, as Hungarians are glad for their freedom and autonomy. She's a tall lady- I'd guess she's at least 50 feet high but I'm not that good with measurements. After a look around and photos, we hopped back on the bus and headed back down the hill. We took a tram further into the Buda side to ...