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... and Saint Stephen's Basilica.
On Sunday we went with Andi and Juti to see the Parliament, a grand white building which sits on the east bank of the Danube. From there we walked along the River to the Shoes on the Danube memorial. This memorial includes 60 pairs of shoes cast out of iron and honors the Jews who were killed by fascist Arrow Cross militiamen in Budapest during WWII. They were ordered to take off their shoes, ...
... then somehow spent a significant amount of time talking to a Stag party from London/Dubai. The guys of the stag party absolutely loved Tyler’s hair and overall look, calling him a pretty boy and taking pictures of him on their phones. It was very amusing.
The night ended with a wonderful meal at Zeller Bistro. The restaurant has become very popular with tourists, so a reservation is a must, but the food and service ...
... from Mother Teresa. How? How did she break that barrier to truly step into their world?
"I see Jesus in every human being. I say to myself, this is hungry Jesus, I must feed him. This is sick Jesus. This one has leprosy or gangrene; I must wash him and tend to him. I serve because I love Jesus."
As I sat nearby to the scene and pondered these things, a young guy boarded the tram, and, noticing one of her shoes strewn to the other side of ...
... to the restaurant we had visited a day or two before. With hours to kill before bed we tried at least half the menu, and Chelsea experienced her very first wine tasting. The service was fantastic and we had a lot of fun interacting with people in the restaurant. We rolled out of there like balls of sausage and crossed the bridge for the last time. Each end is decorated with huge sculptures of lions. Everywhere we have been in Budapest ...
... day we went to the Great Synagogue. It is the second largest in the world, second only to one in New York City. It is a really interesting style, apparently reflecting the varied history and multi-cultural landscape that is Budapest. We went by the Buda Castle and Mattias Church but did not stop since these will be part of our Viking tour on Friday. At the top of ...