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We didn't spend much time here in this city, but we really enjoyed it! We found the city to be extremely clean with no garbage in the streets. Our first day in Budapest was spend walking along the Danube promenade. We crossed 3 bridges and walked for about 3 hours straight. During our walk we passed by a big friendly giant, the Buda Castle and a Jewish memorial. Nathan loved the bridges and we took our time walking across them.
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After breakfast we all loaded into 4 busses for a tour of the city. 1st stop was Hero's Square, honoring the hero's of Hungary's past. The communists tried to tear it down while they we in power but the people were able to resist it. From there we toured the city ending up at Buda Castle. We toured the castle area for a while and then went into the Matthias Church, a beautiful 700 year old Catholic Church. After seeing the church we ...
... t want to educate. Their industry no longer existed: eg farriers, fixing pots, so have a high level of crime. Stephen grandson of the ruler in the year 1000 adopted Christianity. St Stephens Cathedral was built to honour what he did for the country. He was a good king. TURKS 1400 Hungary was very wealthy with gold and silver before conquered by Turks Occupation by the Turks took over in and they ruled for 150 years. Turkish baths still are in use. ...
... lovely streets. It is in a very typical Hungarian style building built around the 1890s and the building opens into a lovely little square around which are cafes and specialty shops. You enter through huge iron gates into a central courtyard around which are often shops – with facades of beautiful carved wood. Four or five floors are built around this courtyard and a lift takes you to your floor from where you step out and walk around an open balcony to ...
... the main ticket office. I ran up there and went through security – no line, which was perfect. They asked where I was going and I said Zaragoza and they nodded, which I took as a good sign that I could still make it. Track 1 is the closest to the security checkpoint, and a lady scanned my ticket once again and pointed me to track 1 again – another sign I could still make it. Ran down the ramp and got onto the first car of the train. 9:27. Made ...