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... finally, Budapest is really, really, really, really, really cold. I am no longer the tough Michigander that I once was and Budapest proved that to me. Cue the violins.
Overall an amazing trip and amazing experience. Hope you enjoy the pictures! On to the next adventure. Already have tickets booked for: Amsterdam/The Hague, Brussels, London, Berlin, Prague, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, and Istanbul. GOD IS GOOD!!!
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... up along the river was really smart.
Near the Bethany metro stop, I was able to grab lunch at a place called Edeni Vegan. I asked them for the "most Hungarian" things they had today and got a vegetable soup and lentils. Both were good, but neither had a particularly bold flavor to it.
Working my way back towards the funicular to the castle, I also stopped at the Hungarian Folk Art Museum. In my mind, this was a museum containing classic Hungarian art ...
... cobbled Mall dotted with restaurants and bars and lots of people and tourists like us out for a Friday night. We walked down the mall to the square and the powerful architecture of The Basillica of St Stephen which dominated and focused the eyes and the crowds. We enjoyed an ice cream and walked on towards the House of Parliament along the Danube. Despite 19* it was warmer than we thought it should be so it was a pleasant walk and once away from the city centre the ...
... driver was replaced by a boat captain. We drove down the ramp into the Danube accompanied by music. The vehicle went very slowly and rocked gently from side to side whenever we hit the wake from a boat, which was quite pleasant :). We went between Arpad hid and Erzsebet Hid, noting in particular Buda Hill, the limestone Parliament Building, St Stephen's Basilica and the rectangular socialist apartments.
... decided we had done enough exploring for the day, and we called it a night. Before crashing, I ordered some takeout from Don Leone, which delivered to our hotel. Our last day in Budapest we woke up early, ate breakfast, and took the tram down to the southeast area of town to get a view of the Budapest Palace and Parliament. With not a lot of time left before our check out, we wandered around for about half an hour before ...