On our second day in Budapest, we were lucky enough to be greeted by the snow. My young travel companions were especially thrilled at the sight of snow!
Despite the winter season, the streets were still colorful, bedecked with various colors.
When I came to Budapest two and half years ago, my happiest time was visiting the traditional market in Carol's neighborhood. In winter, there are still abundant agricultural products.
Hungarians love heavily-flavored meat products.
Compared with the UK, everything is relatively cheaper. We didn't have to hesitate when buying bread and desserts.
Seeing the locals queue up, our instinct was to follow suits. This is a kind of local food called langos. The fried batter tastes like a sort of Taiwanese snack named Twins. You can add ground garlic, cream cheese and shredded cheese on top.
Tram cars are a major means of transportation in Budapest.
Crowds come and go in the rail station.
The architecture here looks sort of weathered, but each of them is a fantastic example of art history lessons.
In the famous cafe Europa, a super creamy hot chocolate with a super sweet raspberry cake wrapped with chocolate cost only 3 pounds. As far as my weight was concerned, this was a deluxe luxury.
Walking on our way home, we feasted our eyes on the fabulous night views of Budapest on Margit Bridge. No matter how many times I've come, I'll keep marveling at the beauty of this city!