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This is for Norm’s Thursday Doors Challenge

Budapest, the capital city of Hungary, showcases the architectural grandeur of the Hungarian Parliament, the fairy tale like Fisherman’s Bastion, the cosmopolitan streetarts, the grand spas and indoor pools plus lots, lots more.

It is a walkable city, but sometimes we had to take the tram in order to rest our weary feet. We can see Budapest’s history through the various trams going through the city, which is a distinctive feature of Budapest’s urban landscape.

We noticed many unusual doors while walking through the streets of the city.

An old Phone booth in one of the streets of Budapest.

14 Replies to “Passage Of Time in Budapest”

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Brenda. When We went to Hong Kong we didn’t get to see much of the trams because what we did was go on the hop on Hop off double decker bus.
      Regards, Teresa

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