Yes, here is a recap of the finest foods of Budapest - including a few fun things I’d never tried before - as captured by my iPhone only. Five star ratings on basically all of these. Pictured but not limited to: goose liver on lescò (ragout); Hungarian goulash with potato donuts; stuffed cabbage and kolbice (street sausage in a bread cone); cafeteria-style stuffed chicken Kiev, pork shoulder, and sausage along with potato and beet salads and lots of pickled veg; avocado toast because duh; goose leg with smashed potato and (not pictured) matzo ball and pumpkin squash soups; langos (basically Indian fry bread topped with cheese and sour cream); Russian borscht; venison bourguignon on pommes frites. Also consumed: 83636892071 gallons of local beer, wine, palinka, espresso, and unicum, countless bakery items, and paprika @pringlesus. #stayhungary#motherland
Bratislava Castle is the main castle of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. The massive rectangular building with four corner towers stands on an isolated rocky hill of the Little Carpathians directly above the Danube river in the middle of Bratislava. Because of its size and location, it has been a dominant feature of the city for centuries.
In 1809, the Pressburg and the castle was bombarded by cannons by Napoleon's troops. On 28 May 1811, the castle burst into huge flames due to carelessness of garrison soldiers. The fire even spread into parts of the town.