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  3. Day 4 Great Market Hall, Bus Tour, Heroes' SquareDay 4 Great Market Hall, Bus Tour, Heroes' Square
Getting to the Great Market Hall early in the morning
Pate is a specialty!
Hard to be cranky with these cookies looking back at you.
A marketing genius put these bunnies out with the beans.
I wanted to buy some beans because of the bunnies.
What comes after bunnies, carrots of course!
Complementary colors on the ceiling.
Downstairs, with the meats and pickles.
Friendly Hungarian pickles
Upstairs to the goods stalls, looking down on the main floor.
We got some lace, as well as photos of lace.
Here we took only pictures...
These guys were very tempting.
Shiny!
We couldn't resist buying one of these ladies.
Old lady finished with her marketing for the day.
Waiting at the Great Market Hall.
Outside to the east of the Market Hall, somebody has really added some zing to their balcony.
I think I would hire these people for my balcony!
Taking an open topped bus for a drive around Budapest, heading north at first.
With any city on a river, the bridges are key navigational points.
A mixture of classic and modern art on this building on Károly körút near the Great Synagogue
One of the towers of Dohány Street Synagogue
A bit closer view of Dohány Street Synagogue tower
On to Heroes' Square, where the Archangel Gabriel tops the column.
Heroes' Square superwide.
The east colonnade at Heroes' Square
Walking toward Vajdahunyad Castle, passing the skating rink.
Vajdahunyad Castle gate. The castle was created for the Millennial Exhibition of 1896
A couple taking in the spring sun on városligeti tó, the lake in City Park.
Drained skating rink, Városligeti Műjégpálya és Csónakázótó. I have no idea how to say this!
Courtyard of the Vajdahunyad Castle
Gift shop at the Vajdahunyad Castle! We did get a couple of things here.
Great signs on way back south from Heroes Square
Passing the New York Palace
Interesting details on building at 51 Rákóczi út
This building at 39 Rákóczi út has sprouted many antennae.
Ördögsarok, a cheap bar, apparently. Great signage!
Starbucks across the street, however!
The Hotel Astoria has a McDonalds on it's ground floor.
Across the Danube, we spot the Liberty Statue at the top of the hill.
Getting a drive-by of the Szent Gellért Monument
Szent Gellért Monument from below...
Riding the west bank of the Danube.
Cycling towards Széchenyi Chain Bridge
Szent Gellért Monument, much more dramatic from this angle.
Nice sign and early blooms.
Hopping off the bus at Szabadsag hid, Liberty Bridge, near where we started at the Great Market Hall
Getting to the Great Market Hall early in the morning Pate is a specialty! Hard to be cranky with these cookies looking back at you. A marketing genius put these bunnies out with the beans. I wanted to buy some beans because of the bunnies. What comes after bunnies, carrots of course! Complementary colors on the ceiling. Downstairs, with the meats and pickles. Friendly Hungarian pickles Upstairs to the goods stalls, looking down on the main floor. We got some lace, as well as photos of lace. Here we took only pictures... These guys were very tempting. Shiny! We couldn't resist buying one of these ladies. Old lady finished with her marketing for the day. Waiting at the Great Market Hall. Outside to the east of the Market Hall, somebody has really added some zing to their balcony. I think I would hire these people for my balcony! Taking an open topped bus for a drive around Budapest, heading north at first. With any city on a river, the bridges are key navigational points. A mixture of classic and modern art on this building on Károly körút near the Great Synagogue One of the towers of Dohány Street Synagogue A bit closer view of Dohány Street Synagogue tower On to Heroes' Square, where the Archangel Gabriel tops the column. Heroes' Square superwide. The east colonnade at Heroes' Square Walking toward Vajdahunyad Castle, passing the skating rink. Vajdahunyad Castle gate. The castle was created for the Millennial Exhibition of 1896 A couple taking in the spring sun on városligeti tó, the lake in City Park. Drained skating rink, Városligeti Műjégpálya és Csónakázótó.  I have no idea how to say this! Courtyard of the Vajdahunyad Castle Gift shop at the Vajdahunyad Castle! We did get a couple of things here. Great signs on way back south from  Heroes Square Passing the New York Palace Interesting details on building at 51 Rákóczi út This building at 39 Rákóczi út has sprouted many antennae. Ördögsarok, a cheap bar, apparently.  Great signage! Starbucks across the street, however! The Hotel Astoria has a McDonalds on it's ground floor. Across the Danube, we spot the Liberty Statue at the top of the hill. Getting a drive-by of the Szent Gellért Monument Szent Gellért Monument from below... Riding the west bank of the Danube. Cycling towards Széchenyi Chain Bridge Szent Gellért Monument, much more dramatic from this angle. Nice sign and early blooms. Hopping off the bus at Szabadsag hid, Liberty Bridge, near where we started at the Great Market Hall
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