B&B Hotel Budapest
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... on, I was on a mission to find the best view of Parliament from the Buda side. I traversed up stairs, hills, through random roads, anything that led me up and out in hopes of a perfect shot.
If I had more than one full day, I probably would have continued my search in the direction I was heading, but I decided to turn back and head over the bridge. But! Not before I explored one last street/set of stairs. To my surprise, those set of stairs brought me up to Castle ...
... to City Park. And you guessed it... It's a huge public park! The main entrance to the park is through Heroes' Square which has some very prominent art museums and has a lot of political events that take place there. While walking through the park we found a castle! It turns out it was the Vajdahunyad Castle which was built at the turn of the 20th century. Walking around the park was really wonderful. There were a bunch of locals enjoying the sunshine and it ...
... and the Hungarian academy of a sciences, both housed in beautiful buildings. We also passed the monument known as the Shoes on the Danube Promenade. It's dedicated to the Jews who were lined up along the Danube, told to take their shoes off and then shot in the back of the head, resulting in them falling forward into the river which would wash their bodies away. More Hungarian Jews died in WWII than Jews from any other nation. You would think I would be a little hit over the while ...