Intrigued by the sign that said Gordale Scar while visiting Janet’s Foss, and hearing it was some sort of limestone ravine, we took the short walk from where our car was parked to these amazing rock formations.CONTINUE READING
I realised while writing some new blog posts that I never shared my last Budapest post, visiting the House of Houdini!
While walking around Buda Hill in Budapest we walked by the House of Houdini, and thought, oh if we’ve got time maybe we’ll see what’s there. Well it was still open on our way back down, and after being told it would take around half an hour to go through we decided to spend the 8 Euro per person to learn a bit more about Houdini and see a magic show.CONTINUE READING
As we were headed back down from Castle Hill we went down a back street and came across something called ‘Labirintus’ claiming to be Dracula’s cave. Intrigued, we had a look and it turns out there was an underground labyrinth where Dracula was purported to have been kept captive. It wasn’t that expensive to visit and we both love a good cave, so we headed down a ton of steps to see this unique tourist attraction. CONTINUE READING
My favourite place we visited while in Budapest was the Fisherman’s Bastion (or The Halászbástya if you’re looking for it on a map). If you do one thing while you’re there, make time to visit this amazing place. You’ll get the best views over the river and of Parliament, and it’s just such a pretty, magical structure. CONTINUE READING
If you go to Budapest, you must visit a ruin bar in the old Jewish quarter. We visited the first and most famous Szimpla Kert expecting to just pop in for a drink to say we’d been, but over three hours and several beers later, we had happily spent our entire night there. CONTINUE READING