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... restored interior and exterior. Almost in front of it, we found the little Princess statue, with the Buda Castle over her shoulder (across the river). Tourists love to have their picture taken with her. Then we detoured from the tour a bit and hopped on the #2 streetcar to the Elizabeth bridge. Then, back to the tour- we strolled down Vaci utca (like Robson Street). It's a nice pedestrian only zone with lots of stores and restaurants geared for tourists but ...
... on the bus. They were mostly male with shaved heads and all heading in the same direction once we got off the bus. Zoltan explained that not only was the Nazi party an active party in Hungary, but they have 17% of the seats in the Parliament. I was surprised to hear this as I had conventionally thought that the party would have died out in the wake of the events of the war, but it is alive and well, although going under a different party name with the ...
Sounds in the dark again! Twig snapping, leaves shuffling. Ended up feeling tense in the tents as wild boar sniffed and snorted their way around us. Relief followed shortly after they left, leaving us to hear the trees creaking in the wind.
Set off on another lovely morning (feeling rather spoilt), within 8 miles we were across the border and in to Hungary. Before this we packed in 4 ...
... found the huge and impressive covered market- about half tourist shops and half food.
The next day we took the funicular railway up the castle hill to the basilica of St Stephens- but we have already shown you photos from up there of the wonderful collection of buildings at the citadel. We looked for the Hospital in the Rock, but could not find it, and after getting soaked we gave up and went home.
To the main Budapest cathedral that ...
... On top of this, we were surrounded by people everywhere, including a surprising amount of hot women. We stayed here for a couple of hours before heading back to the room.
Things of Note:
Interesting information we learnt on the tour included:
* The actual tour started where Franz Ferdinand and his wife were gunned down in 1914.
*According to our guide, most of the Yugoslavian countries can understand each other if try choose to, as language is the same ...