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... clean on the outside. I had another poppyseed fix for a dessert while Kerrie had a chocolate covered wafer layered with jam.
In the evening we went to the Margitsziget (Margaret Island) where we had reserved seats at the open air theatre for the opera Carmen. It was a beautiful balmy summer evening and we were only about 8 rows back right in the middle. It ...
... clear mug most likely meant for beer and a deliciously heavy dessert called Gombocs that was made from millet, soy yogurt, coconut and sugar (supposedly it was surprisingly close to the original according to my cousin). We had lovely conversation about Hungary, life here as a Brit that’s both privileged and challenging offering him an automatic higher status yet a lack of automatic connections which are so essential to getting the best for one’s family ...
... defence (still has the bullet holes from ww2), finishing at the fisherman bastion to name a few. 3hrs of taking in the beautiful city, listening to our tour guide overload us with Hungarian information about their present/past, local food and drinks and their language. We walked to the central market hall for a late lunch of goulash and langos before exploring the super expensive market full of goodies. We all treated ourselves to some sweets to top off our day! Tonight ...
... s architecture is much more unique and the numerous bridges each have their own personality. Afterward, we crossed the Szabadsag bridge (the Green bridge) back into Buda to the large, 2 story indoor market. We mostly browsed through the local wares before refueling on some more local cuisine - cabbage rolls and stuffed eggplant. Some more walking in the heat (86 degrees!) took us to the Jewish shoe memorial, another stark reminder of the Nazi atrocities of ...
... six proved a challenge for the local taxi service, who could not even fit us with our luggage in two taxis! Finally, a price was negotiated and we were transferred into a larger vehicle. Driving from the Buda side to the Pest district on the other side of the river, the two taxi drivers separated from one another in the traffic. The occupants in the second taxi quickly became aware that they may not be arriving at the same ...