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... that would offer some traditional Hungarian fare. A very obliging restaurateur presented us with a delicious range of typical dishes, including stuffed cabbage rolls, home-made noodles, and a roast duck salad. We then attended an organ concert at the Basilica, hoping to hear the pipe organ in all its glory. The concert was just magical, the classical programme (Bach, Vivaldi, Beethoven and more) very appropriate for ...
... does take your breath away when you just stand back and look.
From there, we went to the Chain Bridge and walked across to Buda (we stayed in Pest). The bridge was beautiful (weird to say that, but it was). There were large statues of lions on the entrance of the bridge and when you were half way across, any direction you turned was incredible. You could see the Castle District in Buda, the Danube River, and Parliament in Pest. This was also about the time when the ...
... interesting but as most of the the information wasn’t in English we definitely missed some meaning. They definitely tried to cater for different languages. We had a look around Heroes Square and then went to New York Café for lunch. WOW. What a beautiful, ornate building….. wow. Beautiful lunch in a beautiful place and a lovely ending to our Budapest time. We had beautiful bread, pasta and cake J
We are now heading to Salzburg…. To see my caves. Cant ...