Taking the Kids — to Budapest and exploring a new city through food and drink
One of the many hip restaurants in the Jewish Quarter of Budapest

Taking the Kids — to Budapest and exploring a new city through food and drink

In Budapest, The Hungarian Flodni layer cake with plum jam, apple, poppy seed and walnuts lives up to its reputation. Yum! So do the “Baselon,” (translated as a “friend’s ear”) — dumplings fashioned from potato dough with plum jam and sprinkled with brown sugar.

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Exploring Jewish Berlin – dark history and revival
Memorial to Holocaust victims at cemetery in Berlin's Jewish Quarter

Exploring Jewish Berlin – dark history and revival

You can’t visit Berlin without considering the horror of the Holocaust--the six million European Jews (600,000 of them German-born) who perished. Countless others had their lives uprooted, among them millions of children. Germany’s capital city confronts the horror head-on at places large and small.

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