My wife and I took part in the September 25th morning walk
and loved it so much that we went the following day on
the afternoon Jewish walk.
We found both Zoltan and Emma to be engaging and funny
and funny is not so easy when English is not your first language.
Zoltan recommended a restaurant where the local government employees
frequent and we found it to be both good value and very tasty.
As well,he sat at our table and it was pleasant to share a meal
with a Budapestonian? or is that a Budapestite ?
Emma took took a us to a "ruin" bar as part of the Jewish tour
and we went there later that evening and it was wonderful
way to spend our last evening in Budapest.
If you have a few hours to spare,these tours are really a great way
to find out about the city's history.
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