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... help. The statue of Carl Lutz is of him reaching down from a higher place trying to help a man reaching up from the ground. We also saw a statue of a Hungarian priest named Gabor Sztehlo who helped many children who had become orphans during and after the holocaust. During the war, he bought many flats around the city and hid the children in them and took care of them their. After the war, he created an orphanage for these children as well.
Jason and I ...
... normal. When I say everything I just mean the lazy rivers and the underground metros, those trains fly! We relax in the various pools for a few hours before becoming wrinkled beasts and decide it's time to move on and grab some food. Aimee enjoys some traditional Langos for lunch, which is really just deep fried dough with some sour cream and cheese on top, personally I can't see what the fuss is about. We head to a market for some dinner (one paper plate of ...
... by a nearby restaurant that serves Hungarian food. I had Goulash soup and the special main which consisted of a pulled pork type meat with potatoes.
Since I haven't had fruits in a few days, we stopped by a small store down the street and picked up some for tomorrow's breakfast.
I am actually still a bit tired from last night and plan to sleep earlier tonight.
-- Ryan L.
So I flew into Budapest after what felt like the longest day. Stop overs in airports are the worst!
I walk around staring at shops and I end up buying food and bits and pieces that I don't need. Then I get bored once the limited wifi maxes out.
I sat at the Top level and ate at Sbarro for dinner - reminded me of the Philippines.
I read my book before waking up to my head bobbling around from falling asleep.
So I landed in Budapest ...
... keys and then went into the centre to check out the sights and to find one of our trusty walking tours. There was a massive Christmas market in the centre so we got amongst the sausage, most amazing espresso and bready treats to fill us up before the tour.
The walking tour started in Vorosmarty ter. There were loads of people there for the tour - like 100 - but it was well run and they eventually split everyone up into manageable groups. Our guide was Aniko, which ...