Ok friends, I know I have posted before about an antique flea market in Wroclaw, but that place has NOTHING on the market we went to this past Sunday! Welcome to Plac Targowy Swiebodzki!
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Let us now shift to my favorite parts of our Budapest trip: a Danube River cruise and a walk around ‘Buda’. We took so many fantastic photos in these places that it was hard to choose which ones to post!
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Day Two in Budapest: We started our morning bright and early with some kawa and breakfast at a cute little place called Non Loso Cafe
conveniently located next to St. Stephen’s Basilica, where we wanted to start our day.
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And we are now off to Budapest, Hungary! It took much longer than anticipated to drive from Vienna, Austria to Budapest, Hungary – about 3 hours in total. However, little did we know that Budapest was the city of construction, and we sat in construction for at least an hour after we got into the ‘Pest’ side of the city (where we were staying). If you didn’t know, Budapest is composed of two cities: ‘Buda’ and ‘Pest’…separated by the Danube river. The cities were combined in 1873 as what we now know to be Budapest.
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Our second day in Vienna was filled less with tourist attractions and more of experiencing the local flair (since the town was now open after being closed the day before due to a national holiday). What an amazing place. This is why I love this city. Each corner more beautiful than the last. I just cannot wait to come back. Two days was just not enough. Here is a look into our second (and final) day in Vienna, Austria.
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Ahhh…There is still so much beauty in Vienna for me to share with you. Just ‘sip’ back and enjoy your dose of Morning Kawa.
Starting from where I left off in Part I of Vienna,
let us now go to the Hofburg Imperial Palace. Before visiting Vienna, this
palace defines what I imagined the city to be: grand buildings, gold trimmings, Tiffany blue copper tops, complete with intricate fountains. The Imperial Palace was all that and more.
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