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Budapest was one of the first new cities I explored and I fell in love with traveling, as I did with practically every trip I took back then. The city is rich with culture and beautiful buildings, as well as cheap food and souvenirs.
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Our last full day in Budapest was indeed a full one. My feet were blistered after a 20 kilometer walk, but it was absolutely worth it! So far our highlights had been Buda castle and the Széchenyi spa, but today we would add another amazing highlight to that list, namely the Fisherman’s Bastion!
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We had a lovely first day in Budapest, where we had visited the castle, hadn’t bought fish and hadn’t tried the cock ball stew. For our second day there, our student’s association had planned to visit two museums. We went with them to the first, a literary museum, but then ditched them to go to the spa…
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A while back, I visited the lovely city of Budapest with our student’s association. I can’t remember much of this trip besides the obvious highlights, such as the Fisherman’s Bastion, the Széchenyi Spa and the restaurant where we could draw on our placemats. I did keep a diary back then and I made lots of pictures (though, I have to say, my photography skills were pretty much non-existent at that time) so I want to write a few posts about the city of bridges!
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