Leonardo Hotel Budapest
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We reached Budapest, the capital of Hungary late in the afternoon.
I cannot say that it was a tiring day, but after checking in our hotel we had time to rest and then have dinner.
No, this is not how this beautiful day ends…There is more for sure.
We are having an evening sightseeing coach tour …
What a beautiful city this is!
Our sightseeing included the Houses of Parliament, the Chain Bridge, Mathias Church and Fishermen's Bastion. We went up the Gellert Hill with the most spectacular view of the city of Budapest, the Central Market Hall, all the way to the Heroes’ Square. We pass the Opera House and the Saint …
We step off the coach and have a long walk by the City Park very close to the impressive Heroes’ Square with its 40 high columns. In the year 1900 this memorial won the first prize at the World Exhibition in Paris. Many of the statues here represent Hungarian Monarchs and Princes of Transylvania. On the centre of the Monument the …
The photos in this entry are from our ride to the island of Margarita.
It is an island in the Danube River between Buda and Pest. A great park of more than 2.500 metres long, with much beauty and a place of relaxation and fun for not only locals but tourists as well. In other words it is a popular recreational area.
Our entertainment for the night was dinner at a Traditional Hungarian Folklore Restaurant which proved to be very disappointing for me. Some people from the group, - the very naive were kind of excited, but the majority of us were disappointed.
I cannot remember the name of the Restaurant, but I believe most restaurants …
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