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Arriving in Budapest 9/11!

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We're flying from Paris to Budapest on 9/11/16 (arriving 3:30p) and will be there until 9/14 (departing 5:30p). We're staying at the Courtyard Marriott in the Palace District (thanks to Marriott points). Have never been to Budapest and know it's a very short visit. We've done our research but would love to hear from you experts as to how you'd spend these 3 1/2 days. Basic info:

• confident travelers
• able-bodied
• know no Hungarian but will practice basics
• interested in excellent food experiences
• interested in getting an overview of the city
• love arts/cultural experiences
• two American men in our 50s, married (to each other)

Any advice and suggestions welcomed. We believe in hearing from as many knowledgeable seasoned travelers and local experts as possible.

Thanks in advance.

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