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... on an island in Budapest. Every day we caught a reasonably cheap taxi out to the island an often spent our time relaxing and cooling off at the man made beach. Once night fall hit we would head into the main stage. Robbie Williams was one of the main acts for the festival and he was on the first night drawing an incredible crowd. He was easily a highlight for us along with many other bands such as Kasabian, Major Lazor, Florence and ...
... into two parts, separated by the Danube River. On the one side, you have the hustle and bustle of downtown Pest. On the the other is Buda, with the palace and castle. There is contention between the residents as to which side is better - nothing dissimilar to the banter between NSW & QLD or Sydney & Melbourne!
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St Stephen’s Basilica is the largest and one of the most beautiful cathedrals ...
... As the teacher said to me "to them, it was as if one of them started speaking in Chinese!" That is the back story leading into this evening. Sam and I were both very nervous :)
We arrived at the school, with Sam in his black dress pants and white shirt - one of the mom's said 'wow', since she had only seen Sam in athletic pants, which got me a glare from Sam. The upstairs meting room had been transformed into a cafe (The Pentax, apparently the kave haz where ...
... though technically it was a losing battle, today, people in Budapest view it as a success since after that time the dictatorship was known as a "soft" dictatorship rather than a "********e meaning the citizens had a bit more leeway and rights despite being rules by communism.
Judit also pointed out monuments along the way, many of them controversial. One was especially interesting for us. There was a statue of an angel, which represented Hungary and above it was an ...
... to satisfy my affinity for chachkies. The Great Market Hall is huge and has one of the artfully tiled roofs like we saw along the river! We paced each aisle on both floors and even stopped to have a bite at one of the food vendors. It seemed that the upstairs focused on trinkets and the downstairs stocked grocer items. Budapest is known for paprika, so I made sure to pick some up when we got back ...