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 …
... at every single statue and building and anything else you can possibly think of. Each statue we got a detailed explanation for at least ten minutes each. At about the fourth stop, we finally made one of our better decisions of the day and ditched the walking tour. We ended up at a coffee shop that was more Americanized (We find out later just across the street there was a Starbucks)! We then decided to do a little bit of souvenir shopping and checked out all the little ...
... at a place called Cafe Loft for some traditional Hungarian lunch. Darren got a stew and I got a dish of dumplings with scrambled eggs, which was nice, but the dumpling to egg ratio was a bit high! After lunch we decided to go find ourselves some shoes, so we set off up the street to find some shoe shops. We found heaps, but they were all closed! Retail seems to close up around 2pm here on Saturdays! Damn! So we decided we'd just head down to check out one of ...
... lady from Colloroy in Sydney, was a bit of a character who delighted in teasing Australians visiting the Budapest on river cruises.....she was on out hit list.
After joining a river cruise to Margaret Island...an interesting story about how the Island was given its name...for another time, we went back to the city for some serious shopping.
We went to the recommended handicraft shop opened by the Australian. As we entered the shop, despite ...
... who has experienced something powerful, something big or small but personal, the experience of learning is completely different. I don't want to get too deep into the logistics of politics but to make my point: Learning the history, especially thehistory of recent Judaism as well as Communism of Hungary in the past century, by those who experienced it first hand, has turned the experience of learning about it a completely different ball game. It got personal.