A much underrated city with much to see, admire and amaze, Budapest is a city that is spread out but easy to navigate with a good map. I stayed at the B&B Bellevue (http://www.bellevuebudapest.com/index.php?lang=en&faz=1&aaz=0&kt=BellevueBudapest) an average B & B but the B & B features spectacular views of the city and is at a great location. Right from the start I went for adventure and joined the “caving adventure”, (http://www.caving.hu/) initially I was apprehensive but glad I did it. The standard segway (http://www.yellowzebrasegwaybiketours.com/) city tour was next, team trap( a relaxing fun activity), terror museum, walked the “Andrassy Ut”, went into St Stephens Basilica, the Jewish shoe memorial and finally spend a few hours in the “ Szechenyi Bath and Spa” (http://www.szechenyibath.hu/) which is located in a sumptuous yellow building at City Park, just above Heroes’ Square. At the baths you can view the locals at a variety of indoor and outdoor pools and some are even playing chess on floating game boards. It’s was nice ending to my trip and a great way to mingle with the locals.
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