Hotel Molnar Budapest
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... Danube to the other, from Pest to Buda, and back again. After the 2.5 hour circle tour we finally hopped off and walked a bit to return to somewhere that looked interesting from the bus, a huge indoor market aptly called the Great Market.
Along the route we stopped for "lunch" at a famous elegant coffeehouse opened in 1858, called Cafe Gerbeaud. The cafe was beautifully appointed and the ...
... took us around St Matthias area and Fishermans area as well as the site of the old palace .Horse and ( foundations left) as well as the Museums housed in Hapsburgs spare unused palace on the hill. One horse and rider statue has shiny brass testicles where they have been rubbed as tradition has luck given to you if you touch them.The same word is used for testicles as shamrock in Hungarian so maybe a cross ...
... also). Then Tony and Angelica from California departed and that left us, Vikki and Vania (Victoria, Canada), and Robyn and Louise (Melbourne), we continued to cross paths with the remaining touring companions and compared notes on Budapest. Elisa set of for some sightseeing herself before taking an 11 hour overnight train back to her home town in Poland. Garry and I set off to explore Buda and Pest, first we went to Buda side of the river and climbed ...
... these people were just there to say they were there. I admit, I did the obligatory “tourist in front of a famous sight” but that was mostly because I realized that I had not done it more than twice in the 2 1/2 weeks of traveling. For me, finding the perfect shot or capturing the beauty through my eyes of a city has more take away than a likely horrible picture of myself in front of something that would look so much better without my in front of it. The days ...
... minus 2 an active program was still allowed. We took of by metro to the Pest side of the Erszèbet Híd (bridge), walked across for touristic value and up a famous hill in the Buda precinct. Budapest is made up of two sides of the city, Buda (old) and Pest (newer) joined by bridges. The walk up Gellèrt hill is worth the effort, fantastic views.
After the hill we walked back down, still on Buda side and caught the tram up towards ...