I spotted the lovely van when I headed out for my walking tour this morning.
I've learned a Hungarian word over the past few days. "Kiado" means to let.
Here is a beautiful tree...
This is what Hungarians are like.
This is Hungarian art.
Today my destination was the Christmas market.
The handicrafts in the market were just irresistible.
Yet the food held much more appeal...
On my way to seek for the toilet, I passed by the British Embassy. On the board is the countdown time to London Olympic Games.
I would like to recommend the toilet in Kempinski Hotel. Besides, the concierge was extremely ok with my using it for free.
The revolving door is another form of display windows.
The first sketch of the day.
My calories were burned out with my sketching in the cold. It was time for lunch! I had a huge sausage, a huge serving of potatoes and meat, and a huge slice of bread, plus a cup of mulled wine, which everyone was drinking.
I was still shivering after the meal, so I went into Bershka, a clothing store, for shelter. I found the design of the space so interesting that I sat down to sketch.
The design of the wall is very eye-catching.
I went outside again and saw some people sit inside the warm covered seats.
I was photographed while doing this sketch.
There were goodies everywhere.
A young baby stared at me outside the window while I was sketching St. Stephen's Basilica.
There is a winter skating rink in front of St. Stephen's Basilica.
There is a Christmas market in front of St. Stephen's Basilica as well.
Despite the cold, there is an outdoor area to many restaurants.
I found this accidentally in one shop window.
The architecture of Four Seasons Hotel is rather Art Nouveau...
The antique-looking small bus.
Every shot of the Chain Bridge is fascinating.
This is Budapest National Gallery.
This is Parliament, which I see every day.
The yellow-white tram cars are cute.
I tried to draw a postcard portrait after coming back. This, in my opinion, is a very typical Hungarian face...