St. George Residence in the Buda Castle
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Walked to the central market and down the street that is billed as being full of old architecture when in fact it was actually really touristy. Had lunch with Dianne and we walked down to the opera house and then wandered back towards the hotel stopping at The New York Cafe for cake and iced chocolate.
Dinner in the Hotel with Lesley, Julie and ...
... a mix up with the new girls and we got 8 instead of 5 so the rooms got a bit messy. After we got settled we had an included dinner at a local restaurant which we walked to and I had yummy wine and cabbage stuffed with pork mince, Simon had duck and a massive cocktail. We all went to this awesome arcade after dinner which was lined with different bars and clubs specialising in different drinks and things which was fun. In bed by midnight, excited to explore ...
... start in Budapest either). It’s just a stop on the way to some other city. Got on the train, and found an empty compartment to myself. It was just me for most of the ride to Bratislava, so I read my book the whole way. The conductors change at the border of Hungary, so you have to show your ticket twice. I don’t think Hungary is in the Shengen Zone, although it is in the EU, which is why that happens. But maybe it is because they didn’t ...
... own meal combination which was great and it was super cheap! It was down this arch way that was basically just a footpath with bars on either side and little lanes coming off it we loved the vibe and thought it was a little bit like ponsonby in auckland. Overall we loved the vibe in Hungary. It was a beautiful city, the currency was a bit strange with $200 coins and $20,000 notes etc but the city was great we would definitely come back if we ...
... in better states of repair than others, but they all evoked the same feeling. The pinks and oranges and greens, some with sgraffito, all were reminiscent of another chapter of my life. Even the small grocery stores, with their generic-looking advertisements for national bread brands, brought me comfort. Front doors were large gates that hid elegant tiled floors, wooden banisters and decrepit elevators in the depths of the edifice. Although this might ...