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... They placed stands on a number of busy corners and handed out bags of water - it was very refreshing!
One afternoon I visited the central market and toured around all the food stands. One butchers had all these tongues lined up for sale and another had rolls of fat. There were lots of stands selling paprika as well.
Wednesday night saw me down at a jazz bar. It was free entry night and I sat up the ...
... on the Wall of the Danube. It is a memorial to those Jews who were marched to the Danube and shot, with the lifeless bodies falling in the river. It is not marked on any map that we had. It is a very powerful memorial that does not require any explanation or signage.
We made our way back to one of the Big Bus stops and caught the bus to the station to purchase our tickets. We jumped on ...
... to be a bit churched-out as you travel around Europe, but this one was worth a look. Because of Hungary's religious mixture and history of conflict, this church has previously been converted into a mosque and then back to the Christian church it is today. The result is a mix of styles. Though obviously christian, some of the colouring and decoration shows the middle-eastern, Islamic influence. And with the organ playing in the background, it was ...
... its crown jewels, weapons and wax figures. The best part was the beautiful and impressive views from the top, but we nearly got blown off because it was so windy.
We also checked out a quirky and interesting ruin pub nearby.
It is in a 2 storey derelict building filled with a collaboration of junk, old furniture, bikes and chairs hanging from the ceiling, old parts of anything put together ...
... city tour this morning to Hero Square with local guide Barbara. Hero's Square is located in the middle of the square to commemorate the 1000 year old history of the Magyars. Archangel Gabriel stands on the top of the centre pillar holding the holy crown and the double cross of Christianity. The seven chieftains who led the Maygar tribes to Hungary can be seen on the stand below. Statues of kings and other historical figures are erected on the colonnades on either side ...