My first exposure to Hungary was somewhere near my teenage years watching “House Sitter” with a “Hot” Gypsy Goldie Hawn and “Funny” Steve Martin.
“I thought you said you were Gwen, from Hungary”. No, You said “I was Gwen from Hungary”.
A delayed departure from JFK but only eight hours en route we land in Budapest around 11AM. I had heard enough irritating pilot announcements that I was ready jump out of the plane over The North Atlantic.
Both terminals have free Wi-Fi and Internet Kiosks. The Wi-Fi has good quality but Kiosks are slow and seldom work. Tourist Info Desk and ATM’s are also available with the current exchange of FT$223 for US$1.
Leaving the airport and still within it’s boundary I notice a collection of aircraft on display.
Although efficient, a change to The Metro(M3) is required to complete the trip to the city centre.. This occurs at the last bus stop and does not require any additional fare. DEAK TER metro stop is central location for city centre and takes a little over an hour from the airport.