Hotel Fabius Panzio
- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a little lonely. It was such a big room with minimal sunlight, so the atmosphere quickly became a little uneasy.
My first day of sightseeing was all unplanned except for the fact that I wanted to see the Danube River, that the city of Budapest is built upon. I walked out of the doors of the hostel with no idea of the direction I was walking in, but then I quickly hit up one of the main architectural attractions of Budapest - the St. Stephen Basilica (Szent ...
... that Hungarians couldn't trust anybody, not knowing who was spying for the communists. Our guide told us her grandfather was turned in by his own sister for doing something that wasn't permitted during the communist period. She said that this is why today the older generation is labelled as "cold" to their own people and to tourists. They have memories of the communist times and still will not trust anybody. Judit spoke about the importance of a revolution in Budapest in 1956 ...
... really good we got to see a huge amount. This place is amazing with so much to see, so many little streets to wander down. John is now off for a huge walk over the river for a couple of hours while I have a rest. My hips and back are quite bad today so I'll walk with him a short way then turn back and just wander around the hotel area for half hr or so then go back and read, still lots to see here. Fingers crossed tomorrow ...
... equipped with rejected furniture of old community centres, cinemas, and grandmothers’ flats, bringing a retro feeling into these places. They were soon called ruinpubs and became popular very fast among the youth of Budapest - ruinpub is the exact translation of the Hungarian name."
The one we went to was called El Rapido. It is mexican themed and we got a small snack/dinner and a drink. I got something that is the equivalent of ...
... of Budapest. It is pretty impressive and was really pretty as we were there as it got dark so all the lights were lit up.
That was the end of the tour so after having a quick look around, we headed back down the castle hill and found our way back across the river to meet Rich, Alyssa and Steve for some dinner. Pete, Nadine and Scott had all arrived as well so we found a place that wasn't too far away for Nadine to hobble to with her broken patella. We pretty much all had ...