Monday, June 20, 2011

Our trip to Hungary and Romania

Here is the link to our pictures from Budapest and Timisoara.  We have lots of captions with the pics, so enjoy.  We hope you like them.  We had a great time!



Jess and Jen said...

What a cool trip and opportunity to do some research. Might as well take advantage of your location! Thanks for sharing the pictures. -Jess

chelsey said...

What a great trip! That would've been a bit emotional for me to see those places. I'm glad Hans got to share those special places from his childhood with you. That's really cool. Looks like an amazing place to visit!

Alyssa said...

Wow that seems like a great vacation place. I have never seen pigeons before looking at those pictures. I like their clothes imagine how Americans look to them! I can't help thinking about how Charlie (Ron's older brother in Harry Potter)(yes I know but they are such good books!) studies wild dragon's in Romania! I like your wheres waldo?, picture it was really funny. I think that it is amazing that they put flowers on those lamp posts it kind of reminds me of Pella, Iowa. I always have thought geese were weird but I don't know why. I like how the cow was laying down, it made me think of a dog.

Scott said...

that is awesome.

Michelle said...

Awesome pictures. I really like the flowers coming out of the lamp posts, a great touch for a town. I also like the cute chairs in that cafe. They are chairs I'd never own, but if I had a cafe, I'd totally have them in it. It's neat how all the chairs are different. Great idea with those veggies, would save on so much waste. Not sure if I could ever get used to shelf milk. I tried it once and wasn't impressed, however it would be great for food storage. All of the buildings are just gorgeous, that is what I loved about England also.
Why was there a statue of Arnold?
I too like the port a pottie decorations, better than just blue or green.
Those two little older ladies look so worn out. The one on the left looks like she's been without food for a while.
Why is the cow chained up?

Great pictures. I really enjoyed going through them. Thanks for sharing.