Hello everyone! Peter and I are back from our trip to Hungary (well we have been back for a week now but with family coming in for Easter, things have been a little crazy around here) and we had the most wonderful time ever! Seeing as it was my first time to the continent of Europe I was fascinated with oldness of everything! My belief that Europe was meant to be photographed in BLACK AND WHITE has been re-affirmed.
*Gellert Hedge (hill) The building pictured above is a hotel that sits right underneath the hill called Gellert Hedge on which the statue (memorial) pictured below sits upon.
*They have amazingly long and fast escalators in the Metros in Budapest. (Pictured below)
*Pictured above is Fishermans Bastion. I guess you could call it a fortress and in one of the turrets there is a sacrifice table (I took a picture of it but is was so dark you can't tell what it is.) Below is the church that sits behind the Bastion. They are apparently doing some fix'er up'er work on this one but you can still see the amazing detail. The roof was the best part but due to the night I couldn't get a close enough picture of which you could tell what it was.
Ahh... last but not least... FORNETTI! Peter and I ate this every day for breakfast. We brought some back with us and it was ok the next day heated up in the microwave.