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... all the men went up the stairs and into the Parliament building. It doesn't sound like much, but it took a good hour for all of that to happen. It was so much pomp and circumstance for seemingly nothing. Politicians are so self-important. We didn't stick around long enough to see if the square opened back up again. We never did find out what exactly was going on, but we did see the flag of Kazakhstan being marched around.
We continued walking from Kossuth Lajos Square ...
... us to yet another heuriger for lunch. From a wonderful buffet selection of Austrian dishes, hot and cold, we made our lunch choices then went outside and sat at a long table and enjoyed it with yet another bottle of Gruner Vetliner. It was all so delicious and made even better by the fact that we were doing something not many tourists get to experience. Having locals take us around has been a real bonus.
Early Saturday morning we went, via ...
... has a far-right government; very nationalistic and hard to swallow for some Hungarians. As of two weeks ago, there is a law that requires apartments (and all houses?) to display how much that the government’s new policies have saved each apartment in electricity savings. This is posted on the noticeboard of the apartment foyer. The government has saved Stephen and Piroska 10euros in electricity over the year. Fabulous!
... who're I head to Slovenia in a couple of days.
- The Zsimpla bar we visited today in the Jewish district, was apparently voted the third best bar in the world. Huge call in my opinion.
Today we did more walking, this time visiting the annual Goose-liver festival in the middle of town. We didn't really know what to expect, except goose liver and that's what we got. We both ate lunch there and tried pasta with goose liver in it. I for one, was not ...
... We met a girl who was staying at our hostel named Nora, she was from Bremen in Germany. She was really nice so she had lunch with us too.
After lunch we had a look around the palace, which in my opinion wasn't the prettiest of palaces, but it was still nice. Then we caught a bus back to the other side of the bridge and went to the basilica. The basilica had some ruins burried there of a ...