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Travel Blogs from Budapest
... take pictures and, as the guide left us on the other side of the river with no map, Gemma and I got very lost! Eventually we made our way back after over 4 hours of walking and we stopped to get Thai food for lunch.
We met Amy and Sarah and decided to try to find a little tea house our guide had talked about. It took us a very long time but finally we found a very non descript door in a quiet street with the sign "Siriuz Tea Hauz". Inside was a small ...
... river. The highlights above are
Hungarian National Gallery and the Budapest History Musuem. We gave both a miss
but saw the Mathias Church - a 13th century church and dedicated to King
Matthias. It has the royal crown and a wonderful view. The other thing is the
Royal Palace - the change of guards is even more elaborate than what we saw at
Monaco. We have a video of it. It was accompanied by a drum set making it a lot
more elaborate. The view was good ...
The Buda side of the Danube has a long bike path running the entire length. I've walked it a few times but today I got to bike it with some diversions.
The path is busy with tourists, couples, and families out biking.
... after seeing Gary and Elaine off to the airport.
We are staying in the Castle Hill region so we walked up the hill to the castle. What an amazing place. They are excavating the original castle from the 1400s and the buildings that are there are magnificent. The views over the city are breathtaking and of course we ran into some Aussies. Everything was closed so tomorrow we will visit more fully.
... day. That was the first really warm day of the trip, although afterwards, it did **** down for a bit and I got caught in it, typical. Met a cool aussie on that and a not so cool cockney and went for some local hungarian food - Goulash and Chicken with Paprika) and wine afterwards with them and the tour guide who recommended the place - so it was not too touristy. I was surprised how nice Budapest was and how much there was to see.
Headed back and walked out to ...