Leonardo Hotel Budapest
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I saw a janitor doing some kind of tai chi in this abandoned gallery through the locked gates. One of the vendors on the outside of the building said we could enter through a side door from the other end.
I was happy to have this magnificent place to myself but felt sorry it didn't have the lavish attention it deserves. For now it's …
... modified version that put him into the trendy European rather than creepy old man category. Just the same, no pictures were taken from the waist down, and the suit will NOT be returning with us to Canada. Out for dinner at another outdoor cafe, and then finished off the day with an evening cruise along the Danube. The city is quite spectacular at night, with all the bridges and major buildings lit up and sparkling. Just like my husband in a speedo...... ...
... train and sat down at one of the seats. I was kicked out by a lady that said that our car wasnt going to go to Budapest. So I went to the next car and it was completely full, went to the next and that too was completely full, I rushed to the first car and found a spot. I grabbed it quickly and was so lucky to find it. There were 3 Americans and one Vancouver girl there.
Side note: I went to the bathroom later and their were people in ...
... but doing them in another country is exceptionally thrilling. We had a lazy morning beforehand with a slow breakfast and some prancing around the city. After our bathing adventures, we are lunch, and then we cleaned up and got ready for our hostel gathering. We have really loved Casa de la Musica and they seem to have enjoyed having us here. Tonight, they're throwing us a goodbye dinner and party. It should be a bittersweet affair- ...
... Cath, Ilsa, Tiaan, Steph and Aaron) and sampled some local cuisine on Vaci St, a pedestrian street known for its strip of restaurants. We chose a nice quiet restaurant along this street and weren't disappointed with the tucker! Lauren and some of the others had paprika chicken, a famous Hungarian dish. It was delicious! One to add to the recipe collection. The meal only cost around $10 AUD. After dinner we took the opportunity to take some photos of the group in the ...