St. George Residence in the Buda Castle
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... curious English-speaking tourist. The children spent a while examining the photographs and personal items that had been left there, and they layered this information onto the stories they had heard from Dad on our first day about what had happened to the Jews in this city during his childhood.
The afternoon was lovely and sunny, and we walked past parks until we beached the majestic Parliament building. It was really beautiful, but ...
... was quite the feat. We then tried again to head to the local park, we'd barely left the hostel when I felt a sharp pain on my stomach - I'd been stung my a wasp. It hurt more than id expected - today clearly wasn't my day! Luckily the rest of the day past without a hitch, we had lunch in the park, played cards and even found a weirdly formal cycle lane system in the park which really amused us but you probably had to be there! It was on our exploration of the park area that I fell ...
... everything that I could possibly need for the day-rain coat, bathing suit & towel, iPad and charging cord and iPhone with charging cord, money, bus ticket. This is our last day for the hop on and off ticket, so better make the most of it. Today it's predicted to be in the 90s tomorrow will be 70s and rain. It might be a good catch up and rest day. At 1 pm it's 36 C. (96 degrees) Cultural heritage-folk tales, dancing, falconry, paprika, goulash and sausages , wine ...
... patterns on all surfaces. From my earlier visits to Budapest in the 1970s-90s I fondly remember the brilliant colour inside this church but this newly restored state makes my earlier memories appear pale.
The next compulsory stop on my nostalgia tour was the 18th century Ruszwurm café where my mother’s parents used to take her on special occasions and my godmother took me. Kerrie had a ...
... to stop in at a coffee shop. It had the look of a Viennese style coffee house and I ordered an espresso and some savory pastries. Zoltan ordered a schnapps, explaining that in Budapest having a drink with each meal is not unusual. He insisted I try a few sips, which was a nice way to warm me back up again before heading back to Andrassy Avenue. We also stopped at the Lotz Terem Book Cafe, a 19th century department store turned into a multi-story ...