Monday, May 20, 2013

Week 17 Photos - Buda

Some of the sights of Budapest last week on p-day ...

Fresh Nővér looking across the Danube River from 
the Buda side of Budapest to the Hungarian Parliament 
Building on the Pest side.
Another view of the Parliament Building, which is 
currently the largest building in Hungary and was 
completed in 1904.
The bronze statue in the middle is to honor Stephen 1
or Saint Stephen, the first king of Hungary, and the 
Fisherman's Bastion in the background. The Fisherman's 
Bastion is on the Buda side of the river and is where 
the two previous photographs were taken from.  
This is the great towers of the Fisherman's
Bastion. The two men on the right are Elder
Judd and his companion. 
Fresh Nővér is ready to take on the dragon 
carved into the stone at the Fisherman's Bastion. 
The roof of Saint Matthias Church is covered
with a beautiful and colorful mosaic.  The
Fisherman's Bastion, Saint Matthias Church,
and the Buda Castle are all on what is called
"Castle Hill". 
Hardy Nővér and Fresh Nővér ... "I want to serve with her, 
but she dies [goes home] soon so I probably won't get to!" 
Judd Elder is the one making faces in the background.
Clawson Nővér and Fresh Nővér ... "We want to serve to- 
gether! She was in my MTC group, but in the other district."
One last view of the Danube River and the Parliament
Building. "I can't believe I live here! It is so pretty!"

"Make New Friends and Keep the Old" ...

Barbs, a member of the Buda Ward, and Fresh Nővér.
Notice the "Fresh" on Barbs' t-shirt!!!
Looking for new contacts ...
This guy seems to be friendly!!!
Falslev Nővér and Fresh Nővér being a little 
crazy! They love serving together and have 
quite a bit of responsibility even though they 
are "greenies" because Behunin Nővér is 
often away taking care of the duties in her 
"sisters leadership" position.
A reunion with Anderson Elder and Cox Elder, 
the missionaries that Fresh Nővér served with in Miskloc.
Fresh Nővér is all smiles while posing in 
a park in Buda! 

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