St. George Residence in the Buda Castle
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... film set in cardboard and wood, but it was such a popular attraction that it was rebuilt from stone and bricks and reopened in 1908. The castle contains elements from a variety of time periods so in it you can find a mixture of Romaneque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architectural styles.
Oh I almost forgot, the gold lettering on the Portcullis gate is advertising the world famous Hungarian Agricultural Museum which is located in one of the ...
... Next up was the subway to Castle Hill. An entire tram line was torn up for construction, so we had to take another route and it got a little disorienting. When we got near the top of the hill, Keith detoured us to the back of the castle district so we could walk along the old wall, and the boys could climb on all of the cannons, mortars and other weaponry leftover, mostly from the defense of Buda in WWII. Sam wanted to go in to the military museum, but no one else ...
... one in Budapest and is the most famous one for tourists, called Szimpla. While we walked around this ruin bar, I realized it was impossible to notice everything. The decor is all made of misfit and recycled items including a chair made of car tires, an old car, and anything else you could think of. There are bicycles and chairs hanging from the ceilings and all kinds of art and paintings everywhere. It's so interesting to me that this place is located ...
... but there was not a lot of vacancies! Our flights were at 16:00hrs and our check in and flight went very smoothly.
We arrived in Budapest at 19:50hrs. We flew over the city on our approach to Budapest airport and we had a wonderful view of the city all lit up and in particular, the Houses of Parliament ...
The overnight train to Budapest was pretty miserable. Very tiny and stuffy. Glad to have experienced it once and never again. After finding our hostel & eating McDonalds for lunch we were able to do a bit of sightseeing in City Park. We walked to Heroes Square which was originally constructed during the time Budapest was ruled by the Astro-Hungarian Empire. After being damaged in World War II, the square was reconstructed with current figures ...