Hotel Molnar Budapest
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... delicious!! We also bought hot traditional chimney cake, it's everywhere and so yummy we had to buy another! On our last day we headed to the parliament building. Down a few stairs by the river bank is a memorial to Budapest Jews who were shot into the river. There is also an exhibition space with videos, photos and information on 1956 shootings. After viewing the informative and moving videos I found I saw the grand square in a different light. ...
... t stop was at the Parliament building. I would have to walk there another day. I did see (hopefully posted with photos) Buda Castle, Erzsébet and Széchenyi Squares, Astoria, the Great Synagogue, he Citadel, Chain and Margaret Bridges, and the Clark Adam Funicular. Phew, I'll be honest, having a hard time putting these together, better get out my big ass map. If my photos don't match up well with what I saw, just enjoy them for ...
... my list of things to do in Budapest. It took about 10-15 minutes to bike there, I followed the route we had taken on my bike tour the day before. I had bought my ticket at the hostel and just had to exchange my ticket for a locker bracelet upon arrival. I was going to try a fish pedicure, after thinking about it for a while and when I walked into the room and I saw the fish I completely changed my mind. Although it is quite a novel thing to try, seeing the fish that would be ...
... much idea about what was going on. Pastor Chris was translating for us but he was so busy laughing that we missed a fair bit of what she said. By the sounds of it we didn't miss too much. Nevertheless it was interesting looking at so many old bibles and hearing a bit about their history. After we left the museum we stopped off at a cafe for a coffee. Everybody was raving about the cafés speciality - Persian homemade lemonade. I decided to be brave and give ...
... by a guy who blurted something out, I presume in Hungarian. after giving him a blank look and trying to walk away, he came back with "can you give me some coins" here, I drew from my extensive knowledge of Spanish (about 4 lines) and replied with "no hablas English" (I don't speak English). he relied with "really?!" and gave me a look as if to say 'I know you do speak English'. anyway it worked and I continued untroubled. once I had reached the ...