Our last stop on our day tour was Szentendre, a cute little town on the Danube that is home to many artisans. Actually, I think it might only be 'open' during the day for tourists. It was cute, but really just a cobbled stone street of shop after shop selling the same cheap souvenirs. We did have a nice beer overlooking the river, though, and tried the Hungarian liquor called Unicum. Unicum is a nasty, bitter herbal liquor that'll make your eyes water. When Brian ordered it, the nearby table of Brits had a look and laughed when they saw Brian's face after he tried it. Turns out they had tried it the day before and had the same reaction. Suffice to say we didn't bring any home with us!
The blue metal arch you see in the center there is a mister. It was a hot day so the town had installed two of these misters - one at each end of the main street. We walked through a few times to cool off.