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... something culturally Hungarian. No. Just no. There was one piece that was an American Indian dreamcatcher. There was one piece made of computer parts. There were some shoes and a matching purse that looked like they belong at a department store. Basically, it was a weird art gallery that had nothing particularly "Hungarian" or "folk" about it. I have to say that I felt that not only wasn't it worth the small admission price, but also wasn't worth the few minutes spent ...
... massively. We walked across Margaret Bridge and over over to the Pest side and back to our hotel where we enjoyed a beer before a sound sleep. The next day was Saturday and the weekend! On very good advice from the Hotel Staff we headed up Gellert Hill to the National Gallery and the History Museum and the Hungarian Wine and Food Festival! We spent a good several hours enjoying local wine, food and wandering the ancient city walls and Fisherman's Bastion. Our ...
... down Andrassy Avenue to look more closely at some of the attractions that were pointed out, including the Opera House, Budapest Moulin Rouge/Broadway, Terror House and the Oktogon. I ate a pizza at a cafe in Franz Liszter Square then spent an hour or so listening to the buskers in Vorosmarty ter and taking in the Saturday afternoon activity. I then left to catch the night train to Romania, my first non-Schengen country ...
... was similar to salami and it was pretty good. After that we had Vespers in a church at the monastery so it was fun to hear us all sing in the church. It was beautiful. Then we had a time of sharing, so it was fun to catch up and see how God was moving. Then we attempted to find this exotic gelato shop. It was a fail, we couldn't find it so we just got it elsewhere cause it's on every corner. From my room I can see a pizzeria and today I could hear Italian music playing ...
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This morning I woke up early and uploaded my blog photos, before Cam and I watched the Swannies get belted by Fremantle in the AFL qualifying final.
Following a quick bite to eat, we went exploring the city. On our way though, Cam befriended a stray little black kitten, and played with it, despite my disapproval. We believe this (combined with his chicken snitzel burger, which looked more like ...