Hungarian Parliament Building
The view from the Fisherman's Bastion of the Danube River.
Calvinist Church with Parliament Building in the background.
Saint Anna Church towers with the Margit Bridge.
3 of the 7 towers of the Fisherman's Bastion. The 7 towers represent the seven Magyar tribes that settled in the Carpathian Basin.
A popular place for weddings.
Dang, even the manhole covers in Budapest are fancy.
Tower of the Fisherman's Bastion.
Reflection in the windows of the Hilton.
Sheri making a phone call since she lost her phone in Ethiopia.
"What knockers!...Oh, thank you doctor."
Changing of the guard.
Entrance to the Buda Castle
Széchenyi Chain Bridge
Széchenyi Chain Bridge over the Danube River
Statue of Prince Eugene of Savoy. Apparently, famous people on horses seem to be popular statues in Budapest.
Fountain of King Matthias.
There's Sheri near the doors to give this place some scale.
Matthias Fountain and yet another statue with man and horse.
Ragtag bunch of guys marching around as Hungarian militia.
At the top of the Sikló funicular.
Taking the funicular down.
While we were crossing the bridge, a long line of motorcycles crossed the bridge, rode around the roundabout and crossed back over the bridge again, all with a police escort (maybe to escort them out of town).
One of dozens of Viking Cruise ships on the Danube.
We had dessert before dinner at Gerbeaud.
Sunset over the Buda Castle
Old trolley car
Széchenyi Chain Bridge and Buda Castle at night.
The Hungarian State Opera House, right next door to our hotel.
Vajdahunyad Castle.reflected in the water.