Golden Stars Budapest Apartments
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... They did not help the panic, but in the end we were only 10 minutes late, and managed to get both boys into their respective classrooms. Sam’s class was already working on their recorder piece, while Blake’s was dealing with a substitute (the German teacher, covering for Blake’s teacher who had to take his daughter to the doctor). In both cases, classes had to pause since everyone started staring at the new kids, ...
... train, legging it further down the platform. Our train was about 100m away and the doors on it were closing! We were running as fast as our holiday legs would take us. Our backpacks bouncing around on our backs with no time to stop and do them up. We leapt on board moments after the man on the platform was blowing his whistle indicating the train was about to depart. It was so close! We no longer had the luxury of spreading out. Actually, we didn't even have the luxury ...
... the extravagance of the man and his supporters at the time. We managed to get some sunshine at the top and then headed off over the border again to Salzburg (in the rain).
Staying in a lovely athletic track adjacent car park out of town, we cycled into Salzburg in the afternoon to explore. Laura being a veteran of the town was chief navigator and we visited Mozart’s house (the front of), the hilltop fortress Mahensalzburg, ...
... twenty minute walk isn’t too bad, so I headed out. I had a list of the things I was supposed to see in Budapest from two nights before when I was planning, even though I knew I wasn’t going to get a chance to see much of it that day, since I absolutely had to get to Bratislava and it was already about 10:45.
I happened to see a big church near the square where I was so I headed that direction. It turned out to be St.Stepehen’s, ...
... the size of a pizza (see the photos). Tuesday was our full free day in Hungary so we started the day by going to the House of terror which was the building that was used for the headquarters of both the nazis and the Soviet Union. In 1944 the building was the headquarters for the Hungarian Nazis then between 1945-1956 the building was used as a headquarters and holding prison for the Soviet Union, there was also torture chambers as ...