Budavar Pension B&B
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- TV Other Russia
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... 20th century history of Hungary- the grotesque domination of the Hungarian Arrow Cross Party and the communist terror organizations of the AVO and later the AVH.
We enjoyed Budapest immensely and I feel I've learned a lot about the suffering of the Hungarians in the 20th century. It is such a beautiful city with gratious people.
Steps walked Sept 4 - 9,466 (or 6.68 km)
Steps walked Sept 5- 13,366 ( or 9.44 km)
Steps walked Sept 6 - 20,116 (or 14.2 ...
... oh no we left thinking the Tomtom had sent us on a bum steer as it was not recognising the exact address of our hotel. Hmmmm a very stressful half an hour followed driving around Budapest, asking someone directions (no luck) and calling the hotel (no luck!) until we both decided to just drive back to the boom gates. Yep - of course turns out there was a button to push at the boom gate entrance that was for hotel ...
... as a symbol of the extinct former East Germany and of the fall of the Eastern Bloc. This is due to the fact that in former West Germany, many East Germans streamed into West Berlin and West Germany in their Trabants after the opening of the Berlin Wall in 1989. It was produced for nearly 30 years with almost ...
... of agriculture. It was closed, and we were ready for home, but it was an interesting walk, especially as the castle will be on an island in the park lake once the lake is filled (the ice skating rink is gone, but looks like they are still doing spring cleanup of the concrete lake bed). We stopped at Tesco on the way home for Sam's ice cream, and sent the boys to bed early after a little Friday night television. Everyone seems a little happier this morning!
... the street. Aiming for the bridge we past another ageing man on a unique 'vehicle', which appeared to be a large wheel which he straddled, standing on wee rungs, and pushed himself along with ski poles! It was bizarre! And then we spotted more white vans on one street than may have ever gathered in one place ever, and it seemed to be turning into an odd day...
However, we proceeded, and crossed the 1/4 mile-long bridge, built ...