I went to Budapest, Hungary for almost three weeks to see my family. This was my first fall in Hungary in 10 years. I am so thankful for life and my wonderful husband that we were able to make this happen. This was a much needed trip! Can’t believe how many fantastic things have happened to me during this short period of time. But I will tell you all about those later, in another blog post.
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This post is strictly about a day of strolling on the streets of Budapest with my sister (Petra) and her boyfriend (Peti), trying out new bars, doughnut shops, and spending some quality time with each other 🙂 And, since we walked everywhere, it was a pretty good work out as well. (The pictures were taken by all three of us)
At the end of the day my feet were throbbing. It was only then that I realized how much we walked. I took 21,288 steps, walked 9.56 miles, and burnt 3,330 calories. All the stops are linked (just click on the names), so if you are interested in their schedules, buildings or the history, you can read more about those as well. (Can’t include them in this post, because that would make for the longest blog post in history)
Stop # one: Hungarian State Opera
Riding The Subway
Stop # two: St. Stephen’s Basilica
Stop # three: Deak Ferenc Square
Stop # four: Budapest City Park
Central Park of Budapest 😉
Peti took a picture of Petra…
…taking a picture of me, taking a picture of…
Stop # five: Vajdahunyad Castle
Stop # six: Heroes’ Square
Stop # seven: 360 Bar
Stop # eight: Fánki Donuts
Stop # nine: Gozsdu Udvar
As soon as we sat down, I felt all the miles in my feet. It was very hard to get up and go home. For dinner we had Pad Thai.
Have you ever been to Budapest?
What’s your favorite city?