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Pierwszym przystankiem naszej podróży był Budapeszt. Głównie dlatego, ze marketing na mnie działa :) - zauroczona pięknymi zdjęciami tego miasta od wielu lat chciałam tam pojechać, dotąd jakoś nie było okazji. Skoro więc można było trasę do Rumunii ustawić przez …
... forms a great lookout over Pest, though crowded with tourists. The Matthias church with patterned tiles on its roof and steeple is stunning to look at, but as it was Sunday we could not enter.
The Pest side of town is well planned and has some stunning buildings and layouts. Sometimes you can be really lucky. We arrived at St Stephens Basilica just as mass was ending. A soloist was singing the final hymn, followed by the organ at full pelt. All of the lighting was on and, ...
... would have believed we have travelled to the Netherlands!
I was having a Czech moment as well though when we bumped into the ČECH IN pub.
2. I fell in love with the architecture.
(Well, not with all the buildings, to be honest, some of the world-wide known hotel chains properties were perfect example of ugliness)
a) On the other hand, Buda as well as Pest have so much ...
... glass of red Hungarian wine and chatted a bit more. Zoltan's background is as a professor, and it's clear that he loves teaching and sharing the history of the city with guests. I appreciated him showing me a different side of the city, like the ruin bar, than I would have seen if I had done a generic group tour.
After the ruin bar, we headed back towards the main part of town and past the Donahy Street Synagogue, the largest synagogue in ...
... font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of New beers: 35
# of times we did laundry: 2
of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 10
# of holes in Amber´s sneakers: 3
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