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... the River Duna. For us it was decidedly chilly especially with the wind blowing off the river and I became pretty nervous about our packing, too many t-shirts and shorts and not enough warm clothes!
Our first impressions of the city were one of tired splendour. There are many beautiful buildings but many of them have suffered from WWII followed by 40 odd years of communist rule. Having said that, the riverscape is really lovely, despite the prevalence of ...
... square in front of Parliament and never returned. There are strong indications that because the new Government of Hungary was being supported by the people to take measures to leave the Communist Bloc, and the Warsaw Pact, the hardliners in the USSR took a decision to show the world that they would not stand for such rebellion. A massacre of unarmed innocent people was the result. As I said before Europe is a complicated place, and somewhere in Europe it is still going on.....
... on my part. It is very highly recommended as a must do activity in Budapest. With the weather being so hot, the idea of a thermal pool lost it's lustre. However those who did go proclaimed it to be the highlight of the trip so far - quite an endorsement! We left the area by metro and headed to St. Istvan's Basilica. This is Budapest's largest church and like most of Budapest's landmarks was built around the millennial celebrations of 1896. Unlike most other churches with a ...
... able to send them christmas money this year. From that moment on, I told myself that I would make more of an effort to be a part of their lives and show them that even when running around the world, you can keep those in your heart, also in your life. After I finished my delicious and at this point necessary daily coffee/espresso, I made my way back over to where I smelled the most delicious pastries being made earlier. I went into a Costa cafe (similar to a Starbucks) but ...
... soon, this occasion was a tourist run, the next will be 'more serious' hoping to better the time of 5.20.
And you might be wondering why the title of the blog is 'Rich n Single'...well apparently next year this will be the race bib name as 'Rich' wasn't catching the eye of the lovely hungarian ladies as well as desired. Better luck next time.
The next morning we all enjoyed a sumptuous breakfast (even if some of us did ...