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... of major waterways of Europe, the river cruise boats; there must've been half a dozen at least moored along the river. Apparently the river is too low for the really big ones but there still seemed to be plenty of them.
There is evidence of renovation and the revitalisation of the inner city. Also many new sculptures are dotted around the streets. Unfortunately my knowledge of Hungarians is woeful, actually I thought I knew of quite a few eminent Hungarians ...
... airports are airports nothing exciting at all except perhaps the variety of languages floating by gate open, andiamo (off we go), pity it was just on to a bus to be shuttled across the tarmac to the plane, left 40 mins late, piano, piano.!.
The flight was interesting, lots of towering cumulus nimbus clouds & lightning just off telling, as we were on our final approach we experienced some rather large ...
... one provides an elevator to a panorama terrace with views over the rooftops of Pest. The churches main claim to fame is the holy hand of St.Istvan. St. Istvan is Hungary's first Christian King and his 1000 year old fist is preserved for posterity in a side chapel. After a coffee break, we headed over to Liberty Square. The square is home to a controversial monument to the Soviet soldiers who " liberated" Hungary at the end of WWII, only to be dominated by Russiian style ...
... ask where I might find said pastries. The girl was very nice and pointed me across the street to a small hut looking thing. It was a street vendor that was making the most simple, yet amazing goodies! Don’t ask me how to pronounce it, but if you’re ever in Budapest, look for this “Kürtöskalács.” So yummy! Once I had my delicious cinnamon dough roll thinger, I made my way back to the apartment to gather my things, catch a train to the airport and ...
... and the food fest was ON! some additional photos are from after the race where daily sweet shop and café visits were mandatory. Note we did forgo lunch in lieu of sweets so that's ok isn't it?
The next chapter of our little holiday ...we headed to Göd a small town outside of Budapest, where we canoed, rode bikes and generally enjoyed the lovely Danube area.
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