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... no distinctively Jewish architecture could be identified, and thus chose "architectural forms that have been used by oriental ethnic groups that are related to the Israelite people, and in particular the Arabs". ...
... including the Chain Bridge, Parliament House, St Stephens Basillica, Buda Castle and the Palace. We learned much of Hungary's history (much of which, I suspect, are not nice memories for the older generation) and had a snow ball fight along the way! We viewed another Changing of the Guard Ceremony, (others seen in Washington, Rome, and Prague) and all voted this one to be the most impressive in terms of military precision and rifle drill ...
... animated and happy.
We walked him back to his hotel - the Marriott - right on the riverfront and overlooking the castle. And when we went up to his room to say hello to Erica, we saw how truly breathtaking it was.
Dad and Erica were going out for dinner, so we didn't stay long and decided to walk back along the river front, hoping to watch the lights go on as the sun went down. Our plan also included a ride on the enormous Ferris wheel in the centre of town, but by the ...
... was because the Russian army arrived before there was time to kill them all. The synagogue complex included other memorial and a museum, but this one touched us the most.
After dinner, we crossed over to the Buda side and walked up a hill to the Citadel for a spectacular view of the city at night. Then on to the Danube, where our night boat ride was preceded by eating the Pickled Cheese. It was pretty tasty, but at 9 at night, just a ...
... there is a small lounge with one of Simon's favourite gadgets a coffee machine so Espressos are easy to get as the coffee in the restaurant is pretty - no horribly weak!
Anyway back to the trip
We arrived in Durnstein (means dry stone) and headed off on a walking tour at 8.30am. Durnstein is not large - only 350 permanent residents but during summer they get 5 boats in the morning visiting, 5 in the afternoon plus 20 coaches ...