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... finish it all off I had an espresso and Körte Pálinka, which is a pear schnapps and a bit like Pear William but much much smoother to drink. All in all it was a very simple but tasty dinner and exactly what I needed. Would recommend if you want a nice and quick dinner in a good atmosphere. After dinner I decided to go for a walk through Budapest in order to take a look at the sights by night and to digest the food. Town was buzzing on a Sunday night and I was ...
... Basilica is a bit unique in that the alter does not have Christ on it, but rather the saint, who was a king of Hungary long ago. It also has a relic of him, his hand. We climbed to the top of the basilica to a very nice view of the city. Bonnie "loved" the tight stairs and heights. After a quick jaunt to the Opera House, we took the metro and bus back across the river to visit the Hospital in the Rock. The ...
... five or six stops to take photos, take in the scenery, or grab a bye to eat. I spent most of my time on the Buda side (west) of the Danube River since it wasn't very feasible to walk to the rest of the time I was here. Plus, seeing Pest from this west side was spectacular. The Danube is crossed by eight bridges (four main ones) that connect Buda with Pest. The Chain Bridge was my favorite. Of the sights I saw during this tour, the one place the ...
... immigration. We agreed to meet for lunch in the airport and then my wifi stopped working.
I waited and waited and then decided to try our back up plan to meet at the car rental. Then I waited there, I even waited the 1/4 mile to the parking garage (all with my heavy packs!). Finally, I went back to the restaurant area. I was about to give up when I heard little voices yelling "Memere!"
It it was great to see them all, finally! ...
... cold mountain streams, a few houses...some older...some newer....farming....fields......a church...with a graveyard...and grave stones with Litvak as a last name! (Zuzanna Litvak was my great grandmother) My ggma and ggpa were buried in Canada, as they emigrated in 1892/1895 respectfully, but they both would have had parents and possibly brothers and/or sisters who married that would have been buried here in Slovakia. Obviously more work needs to be done! It was just ...