I visited Budapest in November 2012 and after the long cold bus and boat tour across Buda and Pest, me and my cousins agreed to go out on our second night. We weren’t certain of what club to go to nor were we in the mood for a bar crawl. We just wanted one place to unleash from dusk till dawn and then go home. There were so many clubs to choose from, as Budapest is known for its wide variety of nightclubs and bars. Like your average tourist; we sought advice from our hotel receptionist. He recommended **MORRISON 2** yes there’s three Morrison clubs, but the 2nd one is the largest and livest so the receptionist said and I for one second that. Continue reading “Morrison’s 2, Budapest”
Santorini Mesmerised by the white and blue decor; the national colours embraced by all. This place is paradise! Whenever I look at pictures taken in Greece; I always ask myself a few questions; it’s pretty yes but what’s the force behind the coordination. Is it a national rule/custom for all residents to have the same colour scheme. Where and when did the trend start? Do they have a choice? Do they like it? Because i know us tourists/travellers love it but I personally wouldn’t want to have the same house as my neighbours if I had a choice. Continue reading “SANTORINI also known as THERA/FIRA”
Kindness can easily get you into trouble; I offered to assist my mother with picking up her shopping from the nearest House of Fraser. Instead of running from the cold and heading straight home, yes winter is finally here. I headed to Oxford Street; inattentively indeed. I remember reading about the Christmas lights being switched on by Cheryl but it didn’t cross my mind until I exited the underground station. Being young and free with no care in the world; I was fazed and mesmerised by the beauty of the lights, I instantly became a tourist within my own home city.
I was first attracted to Budapest, mainly by its NAME! It is a unique, beautiful, striking name. This led me to carry out some research about the city. I learnt a lot about their main tourist attraction feature; which is the THERMAL SPAS AND BATHS. As well as their historical background; Budapest is actually composed of two different towns **BUDA** and **PEST**. Continue reading “Budapest: The Queen of the Danube”