February 26, 2008

Ice Skating in City Park

There is a wonderful facility in the park that gives an appearance of a moat for the Vajdahunyad Castle we saw earlier. This is an artificial pond where there are ducks in the winter and you can rent boats to paddle yourself and friend(s) out on the water. In the winter, however, part of the area is frozen and used as a skating rink. The building is very handsome and as you can see, while others were enjoying the sun - these youngsters appear to be practicing for something on the ice.

12 comments:

dot said...

What a really nice park! I would love to watch them ice skating.

Utsav said...

Looks like a fun place! It's funny to see a boathouse there, seemingly in the middle of all that land, if one didn't know better. Nice picture.

Dorothee said...

That's quite a neat ice skating ina beuatiful environment too. Is it cold right now in Budapest?

Dorothee said...

Oops, sorry for the typo... As you could guess, I meant "in a beautiful environment".

quintarantino said...

That seems to be a nice park.
Are you putting your skates on also?

Janice Thomson said...

The second shot is a postcard perfect capture Isadora. Do you ice skate?

GrandmaK said...

Really very pretty!!! Cathy

Oswegan said...

Looks like a great time.

Kate said...

It is a beautiful place in which to skate!!

Wanda said...

Beautiful....My grandsons ice skated at Lake Tahoe...What fun! I would be afraid to try. Never was a good skater of any kind.

Beantown Today said...

Very nice. I forgot how to skate.

marley said...

Lovely feature in the park. Nice photos.