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... probably win out in the end. Probably even in time to get the car before the end of the week, when the current rental must be returned. Saturday is shaping up to be a trip to Budapest to return the car, and do a first round of exploring.
Now it is time to get boys to bed, and hopefully Sam will fall asleep before 11pm. The dog was better last night, especially around bedtime, but it was still enough that I was aware of it around 1 am this morning.
... the Communist era as he represented freedom.
After the fall of the Iron Curtain, Imre Nagy was reburied and a statue erected in his name. He stands on a bridge facing the West, and when you walk over it, you walk from the East to the West. Very symbolic. Our guide let us all walk over the bridge on our way towards Parliament.
Parliament Square, known as Kossuth Lajos Square, is the home of Hungarian Parliament. There ...
... night in Budapest but seeing as we arrived on their public holiday and fireworks were to be had, they decided to let us enjoy the evenings events on a party boat cruise! The night started in the down stairs bar with briony and I taking on two contenders at pool. The guys were quite surprised when briony potted the first of our balls in and then the next 6 of them! I hadn’t potted a single ball all game and I was being told about it from both sides. ...
... labyrinth, it was not very easy to do... There were Hungarian placards and English ones describing each area in the labyrinth, but the English translator was a little patchy and was difficult to understand and it seemed that there was no connection between anything they discussed. But, all things being said we did learn a little regarding Dracula and his history and happened upon his tomb deep in the labyrinth.
After we spent an hour in the cold damp depths of ...
... you sound really British.” A response from another person of this little group was already waiting for its turn: “Do not worry, darling, they learn it at school from the Brits!” followed by sort of a dismissive gesture. They did not mean it as a compliment but it was a fab one for us!
The conversation turned to the lifestyles of Europeans and the level of living in several EU cities ...