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Budapest is the new Paris!

by ysoldateague September 25, 2008

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Except that I kind of want to keep that secret, it’s not overly full of tourists and I’m afraid of spoiling it!

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It might also be a very subjective opinion, no one else in our (homely, friendly – recommended) hostel seemed remotely as taken with the place as we were.

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The market hall, we managed to return earlier when it was open – more on the wonderful interior soon

Hannah and I found it a beatuiful, fascinating city to get lost in and we’re already plotting how to get back there for longer – we only had one full day. We had no idea there would be so much to do, or so much unexpected grandeur! It was also a suprisingly good shopping city, and a lot cheaper than Vienna where we spent today.

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