We were able to sleep late, which was nice. Even better, though, is that we woke up to SUNNY SKIES! The weather was awesome. We decided to partake in New Europe's Free Walking Tour of Budapest, and it really could not have been more beautiful. Our tour guide, Adam, took us on a 4 hour walking tour of the city, showing us all of the best places and giving us a little bit of historical background. It was mostly pretty scenery. Budapest is actually two cities, Buda and Pest, divided by the Danube River. Buda is hilly and lush, Pest is flat. We saw both sides, crossed the Danube, hiked up a hill in Buda, and saw a fantastic panoramic view. Afterwards, Adam recommended a pastry place, which we hit up and it was soooooo tasty! We didn't do too much more - apparently, it was Pentecost and EVERYTHING was closed. It's unlikely that you'll plan a 3-week trip in Europe and not run into a holiday of sorts, and ours happened to fall exactly on our time in Budapest. So we've decided to stay another afternoon in hopes of going to some inexpensive shops. Budapest has been by far the most inexpensive place we've been. We were planning on leaving in the morning at 7 a.m. for Vienna, but I think we're going to stay and hit up some second hand shops, maybe leave around 3 p.m. instead. That will take a big chunk out of Vienna, but I hear it's very expensive in that city and I need to pick up some things - I'd rather do it here. So tomorrow, Budapest and then on our way to Vienna!