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Day 08. Budapest

Pan-European Voyage


In the morning, I met my host for the next night. Her name is Szintia, she is fluent in four languages, including Russian, she can cook extremely well and she was just back from Rome, which determined our menu for the day.


Budapest has some nice socialist-looking heighbourhoods which remind me of the thirties. This building was constructed specifically for people who worked in a nearby factory (the picture to be photoshopped):


Seeking for some Nargles:


The Danube was as gorgeous as ever.



There were some nice trams:


Everybody knows about Budapest's architecture, and I am not that proficient in it, but here is a picture which gives an idea:


In a café, we observed a blue moon which strikingly resembles one of my university lectors:


Back home, Szintia taught me how to cook a vegetarian lasagna with zucchini. :)


I have to admit that I had expected more from Budapest, but anyway it is a nice city.

Posted by degoiabeira 12:09 Archived in Hungary

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