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... on ferries to get across). Count Széchenyi was stranded for a week trying to get to his father's funeral, so in1842 he commissioned the bridge to be built. When it opened in 1849, he charged both nobles and commoners a toll to use the bridge. At the Pest end of the bridge is the elegant Art Nouveau Gresham Palace, now a Four Season's Hotel.
We strolled along the Danube admiring the Buda side of the River until we reached the Great Market, a pretty good walk from ...
... ordered an Old Fashion (hoping to make Nana proud), and I ordered a Whiskey Sour. Ryan and Mia seemed to have chosen the right things to order because while their drinks came out fancy and delicious, my drink came out as plain whiskey on the rocks. Ryan and Mia happily drank theirs while I choked down mine trying to make as few faces as possible.
The next day we decided to visit ...
... there. A few blocks from our place, his other sandal sole came apart. As I wasn't with him and couldn't get any glue, he had to improvise with gum. Great thinking on the spot, massive mess when he got home. I finally picked off the gum and glued his sandal with the leftover crazy glue we bought at the beginning of the trip. After that excitement it was time to pack up for our trip to wine country ...
... fled the Balkan peninsula in late 17th century when the Turkish Ottoman empire invaded. Many of them never returned to the Balkans so that today there is still a Serbian church being used.
We wandered down the cobbled main street for several hours with Judy and Kate in and out of the many little shops ...
... I trot down to the Jewish Quarter - a little further south in Pest. Prior to WWII, one in four citizens was Jewish and each of the three cities that now comprise Budapest ( Buda, Pest and had the own communities. It is estimated two thirds of (550,000) Hungarian Jews died during the Holocaust. The Dohany Street Synagogue it the largest in Europe and is well restored, having only suffered minor damage during the war. In deed, the Nazis found it useful ...