Tuesday, July 6, 2010

A gem in Budapest


I am hoping this post shows up.

Blogger seems to be having a bad day.

Maybe it is the heat around the country.

Any whoo, I would like to be walking on this bridge

In Budapest.

Budapest has been on my "list" for some time.

Friends that have visited there, just rave about it

Great food, beautiful scenery, SHOPPING,

and a problem with parking.

Well, not so much anymore.

Hubby showed me what Budapest has done to

improve the parking situation and the beauty of
the city.

I think we could learn a lesson from them.

I think it is brilliant.

Are you with me?

20 comments:

Gary and Elizabeth~ said...

HI Barb,
Traveling is always so much fun..
Budapest would be a great place to visit... you should make it a plan. Gary and I going to plan a big trip next year not to sure where yet, but were going somewhere.... LOL.
Have a wonderful week, hugs Elizabeth

C'est La Vie said...

lets go!! i'll be visiting by the end of the year, i can't wait!

Bonnie said...

Now that we have parking under control, when are we going shopping in Budapest?

Have a great day, Bonnie

Theresa said...

WOW, looks like it might take a while to retrieve your car:) Our streets are really crowded over here, wonder how long it would take to get us something similar... Uh forever!

Have a blessed day my friend! HUGS!

Kim's Treasures said...

Friends of our love Budpest! It looks so beautiful! I'm ready to go!

Kimmy said...

I am so incredibly there! And I thought it was just me having issues with Blogger-it kept telling me I had no comments and would not let me post for the longest time-strange.
Budapest looks lovely and if there is shopping to be had I am certainly all for that.
I hope you are doing well and that you enjoyed the long holiday weekend, cheers!

Pondside said...

Budapest is on my list too - who knows when? We have a long list!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Barb...what a fairytale city!!! And yes, blogger really has been having its problems! So glad that you came by to say welcome home! Bisous mon amie, Anita

Deanna said...

Hi Barb, Thank you for the prayers...I greatly appreciate them.

WOW!!!!! What a parking place. Absolutely brilliant.

God bless and may you have a sweet week,
d from homehaven

Ms. Bake-it said...

Hello Barb,

Budapest looks beautiful. I think the parking is great. I would love to see something similar in the major U.S. cities! Even with parking garages dowtown parking can be such a headache!

~ Tracy

Privet and Holly said...

Wow, that is really amazing! So high-tech underground and so old-world above! I've heard Budapest is gorgeous and I'd love to visit, myself! xx Suzanne

Charli and me said...

Hello Barb, It would be wonderful to travel to Budapest. I have always loved old world architecture. I hope you and your family had a wonderful fourth.

FrenchGardenHouse said...

Never been, but I have heard that this is a gorgeous city! Thanks for showing us some of these great shots, Barb.

Please join FrenchGardenHouse for our 1st summer GIVEAWAY and to meet Connie. xo Lidy

Rebecca Ramsey said...

Wish I could come along!

Kathy said...

That was a great promotional video about the parking system. It's amazing that they can stack away so many cars!

shari @ little blue deer said...

Oh, I would love to go to Budapest! I used to have a cat named Budapest! LOL! Gorgeous blog here, I am somewhat of a Francophile, for sure! Happy to find you and happy to be your newest follower! XO!

Janet said...

That is extremely impressive and so very efficient!

Kirsty said...

Hi Barb,
I just had to leave a comment after I saw those beautiful crowns on your blog! I LOVE them!
I'm really enjoying your blog! =D

Boomer Pie said...

Never thought much about visiting Budapest. But the photos are beautiful.I guess most places have scenic beauty. You just have to go looking for them.

Barbara said...

Just one of those many old Eastern European countries that are a visual treat to visit.

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