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... was spectacular as well as the palace. I was awestruck. At that point in time, I had so many thoughts running through my head: I realized that I was in Central Europe; I thought about how I was at a place where there is such a rich, abundant history – it was the same euphoric feeling I had when I first arrived in Ireland and ate at The Roost Pub the first night. Spectacular.
The next morning we had ...
... but armed with gortex and umbrellas we walked to dinner in the Jewish Quarter, eating at the Jewish Bistro. Beverages included old-time seltzer and of course, Hungarian wine. It was a warm and lively meal, fortifying us for another walk in the rain.
We checked the Bronco score (7-0) before going to sleep. Happy to see the final result when we awoke the morning.
... Phil Dunphy" - obviously our TV shows are also over here. In Brasov, our tour guide in the Black Church was an adorable high school girl attend college in the US, Yvonne reached out to her to help her obtain information she may need. We hope she follows through.
We can't speak highly enough of he people in Romania. They went out of their way to welcome us, shuttle us to the sites and to the wedding, and make everything so much easier for us.
... bank os the Danube and surrounded by a square. We chose not to go in. The Apple store was at Nugyatti in the Western City Centre building but after walking all that way we were told to go to the service centre on Andrassi Avenue near Oktagon. We left the iPAD with them, had lunch (soup-- delicious) and went along Andrassi to the Franz Lizst museum. Lizst at one time lived at this address and each room was filled with instrurments (pianos and organs mostly) and his memorabilia. ...
... day we went to the Great Synagogue. It is the second largest in the world, second only to one in New York City. It is a really interesting style, apparently reflecting the varied history and multi-cultural landscape that is Budapest. We went by the Buda Castle and Mattias Church but did not stop since these will be part of our Viking tour on Friday. At the top of ...