The Zsolnay Quarter was a place we wanted to visit for a long time. For years we were talking about going there and have a look but somehow we never managed. This time we made sure it was on our to-do list.
Again, I was falling behind with editing the photos. But I’m slowly catching up and that means I have some more images to show as well. I haven’t been shooting much lately either unfortunately. Life is busy! But life will always be busy. 🙂 And actually that should be an extra motivation for picking up that camera. Something to look back at and keep track of all the things that are happening.
Last time when we were in Hungary we booked an apartment at lake Orfű. Just to get some of that holiday feeling and spend some time with just the four of us. The apartment was great and had everything we needed. A swimming pool, a playground, bicycles, games (badminton, fuzboll) and more. Plus a stunning view over the lake!
Adri’s brother works in the army. During our holiday in Hungary there happened to be an open day at the base he works. So when we were asked to have a look there we couldn’t refuse. There were a lot of kids activities organized as well. So this would be a nice day to go out and bring Iván with us.
Summer break arrived. Halfway September we could finally enjoy our short summer holiday. Spending a week in Hungary to catch up with friends and family and share the news about the pregnancy. This time we flew from Rotterdam Airport to Budapest where Gabi was waiting for us. We got into the plane, made ourselves comfortable and enjoyed the fact we were on the road again!
Two days actually. And one night. We were back in Budapest for the weekend on the 9th of January. And not just any weekend. I planned the whole trip as a surprise. A surprise that came with a ring and I am happy she said yes!
Another trip to Hungary last month. Time to meet up with family and friends again. So we jumped into the car and started the long drive. About 19 hours later (luckily it went faster on the way back) we arrived save and sound in Hungary. After a good night sleep and a proper breakfast, we were good to go again and ready for the days ahead.
No matter how many times you visit Budapest, it never gets boring. 🙂 There’s always something (new) to be seen, a place to go or simply enjoy the city as it is.
There are the obvious sites you have to visit as a tourist. And they’re not all above ground. The Budapest Metro system is one of those nice surprises the city holds. Line 1 (M1) and 4 (M4) especially. My idea was to ride the Metro and take some photos while doing so.