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I loved Budapest. It’s a great city that has much to offer, both in the beautiful architecture department, as well as the fun department. The many exciting activities sure mix things up a bit and spice up the usual sightseeing. I visited the Széchenyi Baths to do some much-needed stress relieving in the steamy hot water. Coming out squeaky clean and relaxed a few hours later, I immediately went and signed up for caving in the cave system under the city to rise my adrenalin level and dirty myself up again. There is also a the cool central market hall, the greatest and oldest indoor market in Budapest, where people can eat and shop themselves silly.
Brendan and I also managed to drag our lazy butts out in the evenings, to do some much needed photography of the beautiful buildings and that nice cast iron chain bridge. There were very few people around, so it made for some relaxed shooting without me being annoyed at tourists for stumbling into my tripod. Well, there was that one guy who stepped right in front of me, and then felt the need to start waving. Telling him I was working only earned me a huge grin. Some people…
All in all, it was a successful few days, enjoy the results below!