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... explore some more, well I thought I would lie down just for a bit. But when it was time to get up the body just didn't want to follow.
Helen and I were meant to go to a small gathering! A girls night. I just couldn't go. I had had it! So I said I would meet up with Helen at 8pm on the chain bridge. I wanted to take some night shots of the city at night.
Helen found me and our plans had changed from going to seeing ...
In Budapest we already felt close to Lithuania and home was on our minds all the time! But we went sightseeing in Budapest, which was surprisingly super beautiful city, we didnt take any map just went where our feet took us and we found the most beautiful place where we started to jam, until japanese tourist came and started to ask to take many pictures with them :)
we felt ready to head towards Lithuania! First car we stopped was ...
... side of Castle Hill beneath the Mátyás Church. Some say that it was built between 1890-1905, and is named after both the medieval fish market once nearby and the Guild of Fishermen who defended this section of the wall during past wars. The story is that different trades were responsible for defending different parts of the castle walls and that this section of the defenses was raised by the fishermen’s guild. In ...
... br> The next morning, we visited one of our favorite coffeehouses - Muvesz - and lovely Teresa (the barista/server we befriended last year) was there and remembered us fondly. A stroll to the Opera district (stunning architecture) where beautiful people were just getting read to enjoy a concert, and then it was time to make our way "home" to pack and board another train. This time to Szeged (southern Hungry) and finally by car into to Serbia.
... a massive apartment with a gym and pool in the heart of the city for peanuts. We thoroughly enjoyed being able to get up in the morning and head to the gym for a little pre-touristing workout.
Feeling good, we headed out into the wilds of Budapest to take in the sights. Hungary was occupied by the soviets up until 1989 and there are many reminders of that throughout town. There is a museum called the terror house that is dedicated to the ...
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