Budapest was actually two cities, divided by the Danube River and joined together in 1873. Budapest is on the left (in the map below) and Pest is on the right. There are several very grand bridges that connect the two.
We wanted to run from our place in District VII, (the old Jewish quarter) of Pest to Buda but we got extremely lost. Budapest was the first country we'd been to on this trip where neither of us spoke the language, plus, we dropped our map in a big puddle while we were running. (tip: Running with a map in your hand is a great way to signal "I am a tourist!") We did eventually make it over to Buda and found the Turkish bath we were looking for, Kiraly.
In contrast to Vienna, where I had to work most of the time, I had a long, workfree weekend in Budapest. I don't know what I was expecting, but it was my very favorite place. And so photogenic: