Regency Suites Hotel Budapest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... breeze on the surface of Danube river. Fleeting memories of Charles bridge in Prague inadvertently came into my mind -- in front of my eyes was like a Déjà Vu dandy but shockingly in a grander scale. Borrowed tunes of Bob Dylan's "Blowing in the wind" with a lyrical twist would go like this in Budapest, how many bridges must a man walk across before ...
... across the chain bridge towards the basilica, where Blake's book radar went off, realizing that we were steps away from the english language bookstore. I couldn't deny them a quick stop when they have been reduced to re-reading norse mythology during school. We caught up with Doug and Keith at the basilica and wandered the gorgeous gilt interior. St. Stephen's petrified right hand was in a side chapel "the crypt of the holy hand". Sam was pretty horrified by the idea ...
... tour with a better understanding of Jewish heritage in Budapest, but we felt the tour was lacking a bit in details. Perhaps it's because we already knew and understood many of the Jewish traditions and foods the guide was talking about (we think we were the only Jewish people on the tour) or perhaps it's because she wasn't as well educated on the subject as she could have been. Either way, we are happy to have taken the tour, but would have liked a little more from ...
... Budapest Castle, Gellert Hill and the Citadel, Market Hall and the Museum. We got off at the "Oxygen", a sport and spa complex and tried the Hungarian goulash soup (free with the bus ticket).
After the bus trip, we wandered through the main CBD looking for a coffee stop and I needed to ...
... also tried a lemoncello shot and the last one none of us can remember the name of (lol). We were able to feast at a nice restaurant for barely any money at all. The city is even less expensive than Prague! We checked out the bar scene on Nagymezo Utca then headed back to our hostel. We're all exhausted! Interflat Hostel is ok - not as great as the hostel in Prague but it serves its purpose. We're all looking forward to exploring more of the city ...