Buda Castle Fashion Hotel
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... ruins, and of course, it's a major tourist draw now.
We had walked for hours by the time we passed through Vienna Gate and down the hill to see the Swan House, which our info told us was 'one of the coolest modern buildings you will find in Budapest' and we agreed. And then we got lost. Again. Already freezing and knackered, we wandered in circles in the dark but finally located the Kiraly Baths... ahhhhhhhh! Sitting in ...
... far. Well done Budapest.
Service in Budapest tends to be bipolar. They are either lovely and friendly, or dismissive and even mocking. I don't blame them entirely for their bad attitude, no tourists speak Hungarian. It is a language only spoken in Hungary, is unlike any other, and is very very difficult.
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... to understand Hungary and its people. After the museum, we continued up Andrassy Utca to the big City Park and Heroe’s square, a fitting end to the day.
The other highlights of Budapest were our spa experience and our day trip up the Danube bend. After sleeping in on the Sunday, we decided what better way to spend the afternoon than at one of Budapest’s much talked about thermal baths. There are numerous to choose from, but we chose one just across the ...
... Arrow Cross Party who, during 1944 and 45, rounded up Jews forced them to strip and face the river and then shot them. It would be wrong to describe toady as an 'enjoyable' day but it was fascinating and, although upsetting, I learnt a lot. Dinner was at the Lado cafe where I had reserved a table after I breakfasted there this morning. The live entertainment was provided by Urban Orsolya and Samko Trio. I'm improving my pork intake having not ...
... of Aussies. Yak. But it turns out all the old buildings here aren't really that old. They've just rebuilt them to look that way. We then got the most delicious lunch. A Hungarian street food called Langos (pronounced lan-gosh), it's fat with some more fat then just a little bit more fat just for good measure. But it's actually a potato dough deep fried then traditionally topped with garlic, sour cream and cheese. So good. Best thing we've eaten in a good few days. Other ...