Travel Blogs from Budapest
... English supermarket) nearby as we were on Mission #2 – my vegemite bought from Berlin was nearing it's end! No luck with the Vegemite - but we did find elastic and some new sports socks for me. Oh, and a well deserved piece of pizza - and some more free WiFi. We then went for a walk-about and saw some more sites - Heroes Square, a Time Wheel and Vajdahunyard Castle (to name a few).
Tuesday was another very grey day - ...
... blanket! I'm kidding. I'm trying to organise things for ma PARTAY. Here's a list of things I need to find. If you have any it would be v helpful: Good songs for the playlist A big bowl for drink Fairy lights Inflatable flamingos/palm trees That's all I can think of for now. Lets get tropical! I am going to try get some sleep on this train now so hopefully I will speak to you later. I love you lots sugar plum. Save all your losses for me please ...
... last night. It was alright. Then we separated to get dinner and met back at a bar. Bar was fun but no music so most of us went to another place and stayed there till the sun came up! It had fun dancing. Only annoying thing was that like mist places in Europe you can't get free water so have to buy a bottle or go to toilet. That's what I did! Got to bed around 5.30 and have to get up at 7am for bus! Good job I'm used to no ...
... that would offer some traditional Hungarian fare. A very obliging restaurateur presented us with a delicious range of typical dishes, including stuffed cabbage rolls, home-made noodles, and a roast duck salad. We then attended an organ concert at the Basilica, hoping to hear the pipe organ in all its glory. The concert was just magical, the classical programme (Bach, Vivaldi, Beethoven and more) very appropriate for ...
After quite a lie in (although not so much for some) Jen and I headed to the local bakery to get some stuff for breakfast. We got 4 rolls, 4 little scone things, 2 croissants and 2 chocolate and custard croissants for £2.20. Bargain!
We didn't get out of the apartment until 11am as Paul and Owen were a little slow at getting up (yet I was the one who had the headache like a hangover) and it was also raining really hard. We used the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed