St. George Residence in the Buda Castle
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... It was one floor up into a giant apartment building, and the entrance and staircase was a bit run down, so we were worried. Inside, however, the hotel is absolutely beautiful, all for less than $30 per person, per night. John and I walked about 20 minutes over to a restaurant called Menza, which was recommended by Federica, John’s aunts, and my guidebook. It was a very interesting interior, and the food was delicious—a good recommendation all ...
Had a good day today at the monuments park , where they have taken all the statues from the Russian time. The guide was very informative. I liked the idea that the locals came up with their own names. this status was known as the cloak room attendant, running after someone who left a scarf. Guess the Russian propaganda wasn't ...
... After a few minutes of the girls making friends, we picked up Kerestmama again (who had taken a break from walking), and got some lángos, a tastier version of the fried dough sold by street vendors in Boston.
A shortish visit with relatives again, and then we were back off to the apartment in Budapest, with an interim stop off at a super market (Auchon). We had dinner in the apartment and then an early ...
... of how many pictures I took, will find out soon enough. Walked across Chain Bridge (which is the famous one, and actually looks a bit like the Lions Gate), and headed for the hostel when a brief display of fireworks took place at the Buda end of the Elizabeth (White) Bridge. Very cool and nice surprise. At the hostel, we did a palinka tasting - strong stuff...and am finishing this entry before sleeping. Full day, and another one tomorrow before hopping off to Poland.
... the communist eastern block back in the 20:th century, they erected a great many statues and monuments hailing the greatness of the communist leaders and its ideals. When the iron curtain was torn apart and the Soviet Union fell, so did most of the Stalin, Lenin and Marx statues throughout Eastern Europe. But in Budapest, many were saved from desctruction and brought to a park in the southern suburbs, as a reminder of the country's troubled history. ...
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