Welcome To Budapest Hungary! Alex and I had a terrific visit to this unique city, as you can see here as we overlook the Danube River from the “Buda” side of the city – that’s “Pest” on the other side…and… Read More ›
The Orient Express train
Exploring Hungary’s Buda Castle! Matthias Church! Budapest’s Funicular Ride Into History! The Fisherman’s Bastion Overlooking The Danube!
Welcome To Buda Castle! Yes, the view at sunset is spectacular – the majestic Buda Castle overlooking the Danube River in Budapest…imagine what the views from up there are like! Well, imagine no more! Alex and I spent part of… Read More ›
The Magical Beauty Of Venice Italy At Night! From Watery San Marco Square’s Live Music To The Smallest Streets!
The Beauty Of Nightfall In Venice! I have posted about how beautiful Venice is, but now I want to focus on a city that becomes even more magical as night falls, like it is doing here on the “bridge of… Read More ›
“Taking The Waters” In Budapest! Peek Inside The Baths At Gellert Spa! Hungary’s History Along The Danube!
Ready To Enter The Legendary Gellert Spa and Baths? Ready to “take the waters?” Well, when you are in Budapest Hungary – it’s mandatory! Walking Past History! Every day is Budapest is a visual treat: since the Danube River was… Read More ›
Time For A “Road Trip” On The Orient Express! My Blogging friend Lorna has a great weekly writing prompt, which you can see here: https://ginlemonade.com/2018/10/28/an-extra-hour-a-writing-prompt/ Lorna’s website gives other bloggers a chance to share stories – and this week she… Read More ›
Time For Another Venice Adventure! Yes, that’s San Marcos Square across the grand canal from us – and then there’s this guy, who decided to photo bomb my panorama shot! We are looking back at the city as we prepare… Read More ›
Welcome To Budapest’s Great Market Hall! It’s another of Hungary’s most majestic buildings! The Great Market Food Hall was built in 1897 – making it the largest, oldest and most beautiful of all Budapest market halls! C’mon inside – the… Read More ›