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... on the original site of king Stephen's Cathedral. We were the first group to arrive and we were ushered to the front choir seats and I ended up right next to the organ console. This is a well-known Angster Organ, some of the finest organs in Europe. And why was that so exciting to me? Because after the church filled with our boat's passengers we were treated to an organ concert! I could look right into the organist's eyes and watch his pedal action while he played ...
... of the hop on hop off bus drivers ... Eventually he started to wave and pointed out where the cache ! At breakfast no power so tea and coffee was being brought from costa coffee !! Nothing cooked - this is a great 5 star hotel !! As the heat is climbing again into the high 30's we decided to walk the short way through town and go on the free river cruise (purchased with bus ticket ) with a lower deck air conditioned this was what we needed We are cruising down the ...
... victims memorial in form of a metal weeping willow: if you were to turn it upside down it would turn into a Menora and engraved in the leaves are the names of those 600,000 Hungarian Jews who were killed during the Holocaust. After the synagogue there was a slight change of plan. I had to go back to the hostel to drop off some groceries for my train ride tomorrow so they won't go off. As I was too lazy to walk back and worth I took the metro and I have to say that you ...
... but there are still subtle signs of communism that have not yet been eradicated. Budapest (pronounced Booda-Pesht) was originally two cities; 'Buda' and 'Pest' and were divided by the Danube River. The Buda side is considered to be the older and hillier city with poorly mapped out streets whereas the Pest side (where we stayed) is built in a grid pattern, is relatively flat and is where a lot of the shops, restaurants and bars are situated. This city ...
... Market food like a hot Langos…bow bow! Sunday is the ONLY day the Market is closed…its like opposite world! Oh well, we found a decent feed at my new favourite Hommus Bar (great falafel pitta…its not even hungarian but its bloody awesome, i recently found out its been rated as the number 1 best hommus in europe…not sure about the accuracy but ill roll with it for now). Instead of going to the market we actually stumbled across a ...