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Matthias Church is one of the oldest buildings in Budapest with over 700 years of history and frescoes done by famous Hungarian painters.
According to historians a church referred to as Church of Mary stood at the place of the current edifice that was founded by Szent István (Saint Stephen) the first king of Hungary in 1015.
There’s no archaeological evidence of this early church though.
The earliest remains of the church dates back to the 13th century ...
... WE DONT LIKE QUEUE JUMPERS ESPECIALLY GERMANS !!! St Mathias church was amazing with every area of the walls and ceiling decorated and this one you could go up onto the balconys and look down, finally climbing up into the roof space ! Mind you it was a long way down via a spiral staircase that made you dizzy !!! Now the Hungarians like what I can only describe as stogy food - chunky sausages, ham hocks etc. now for lunch this is too much, to today ...
Today is all about food... At 2pm we join a 4 hour "bites and sights" tour of Central Budapest so to start the day breakfast dead on 11pm and a lie in. Departing at 12.30 we wandered the mile and half to the far side of central Budapest to the "central market" a huge "train station lookalike" building 2pm arrived and a small group of people casually met at the entrance to the market, me and Donna, a young teacher from the UK, 2 Australians and two Spanish. Our ...
... our bags, changed our thongs for shoes and walked out. I asked the receptionist about what we should do if we only had 24 hours, she circled some things on the map and gave us a start. It was high into the 30's, the car at one stage read 41 degrees, so it was hot walking. Bikes were an option but we settled for walking. Using the map to navigate we set course for the old town area, if that's such a things, the whole city is old. There is one major pedestrian mall that links a few ...
... Delhi, from Bihar no doubt, and seeing my first mobile phone in India, a call being made from the train's corridor as we approached New Delhi Railway Station. Returning from village India it had seemed incongruous at the time. There may well be a much quoted statistic that there are more mobile phones than toilets in India today. Romania today, have hoe, have smart phone. Gina's confused roofs increase in number and confusion as the frequency ...