Travel Blogs from Budapest
... and Gundel, the city's fanciest restaurant, while we were driving on the Pest side. We crossed the Danube and wound our way up Castle Hill our next stop. Here we explored the medieval streets and buildings including the beautiful neo-Gothic Matthias Church. The views from the Fishermen's Bastion, an elaborate neo-Gothic arcade built on fortification walls were incredible, probably the best for seeing the Parliament Building across the Danube. The streets on Castle ...
... on offer, and we decide our next move. The best way to experience proper Budapest nightlife is to experience a ruin pub. And without a trusted Budapest tour guide, the ruin pub of choice would have to be Szimpla Kert.
Ruin pubs, for those not in the know, are derelict apartments, office buildings and warehouses which have been transformed into quirky bars. And Szimpla – the oldest and best-known ruin pub - is undoubtedly the most ...
... of new people, and making plenty of new friends. I could have gone into a lot more detail for this post but I am sorry I really feel like ****. Maybe once I get everyone worked out I will be ready for a detailed post. I will let the collection of videos and photos help give you a better picture. Wish me luck! Below is the link to our Thanksgiving video, enjoy!
... a couple hours later. At the bus station the three of us found an atm machine to extract bosnian money so we could grab a taxi to our hostel. The taxi kept saying that there was no hostel where I was telling him to go, but fortunately we had a phone number and he was able to call and figure out where it was. When we arrived at the hostel which was called Old Town Accomodation we saw an older lady looking thru the window and she waved at us when we pulled up. She gave us a ...
... walking half the time to avoid getting knocked over!
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