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... with the nazi's in Hungary. We had lunch at a Hungarian restaurant, we all had a 2 course meal and a drink for 950huf - entree was goulash soup and main was goulash with Hungarian pasta and stuffed chicken with veggies. It was a huge struggle to finish our food but we all had super full bellies and a good coma. We went to the spring market which is full of so many goodies when everything is open. We had a look around, got some souvenirs and made our way to the ...
The sun is slowly setting on our river cruise. Mind you, the sun does not set until well after 9pm and it rises earlier than Clare, so we have short nights and lots of daylight.
We have given up the search for a great white wine and have enjoyed the pleasure of many European beers. There is very sensible beer pricing in this part of the world: it's cheap. While visiting the oldest beer brewing monastery ...
... photos of the city with a bird's eye view. Nearby was the beautiful basilica, where atmosphere inside was unusually peaceful. We learned how this church had been more than 100 years in construction, hampered by a monumental structural flaw which caused the dome to collapse when it was more than half-way completed!
Relief from the warm temperature of the day was found with a refreshing lemonade the locals serve with ...
... incredible. In fact, I think I might've taken about 6 desserts because I had to try every single kind.. oops. At the end of an hour and a half, our stomachs could not possibly fit anymore and we had seen the most beautiful views from the river.. Parliament and the chain bridge, and of course the 2 cities of Budapest-Buda and Pest. Since Budapest wasn't bombed during WWII, the buildings are so old and so incredible looking. You can tell there is so much history to be had ...
... to get night photos of the river and the river and it was really beautiful. We walked back up Castle Hill and looked at the view from above as well. We didn’t get to tea until after 10 and after an all too authentic lunch experience we went back to basics and had Hard Rock for tea again! The GPS logger told us we walked 25 kms in the day!! No wonder our feet were sore.
Friday, our last day in Budapest, started with booking tickets to Salzburg…. ...
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