With numerous back-to-back coursework pieces, this month has been one of the busiest so far. As a result, the Easter holidays were a welcome change. During these holidays, I travelled across Italy and Hungary with some friends from University.
We spent two days in Naples and Capri, and then went on to Budapest for the next three days. One of the major highlights of the trip was eating at the restaurant where pizza was first invented. Despite waiting in the queue for an hour, I have to say, it was the best pizza I have ever eaten. After spending two days in Italy, the next stop was Budapest.
Budapest is divided into two parts: Buda and Pest, and these two parts are connected by the famous Chain Bridge. Budapest definitely qualifies as one of my favourite cities. While it is a big city with a lot to explore, it is not a very fast-moving city. Apart from the sightseeing, the city had a plethora of restaurants and a fabulous nightlife.
However, the Easter break made me realise that University is going to be over in the next two months. Back in Manchester, it is now time to enjoy the last few days of the Easter Holidays in the library.