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... border with Slovakia.
The Hungarian motorway was fine, better than the Austrian. we stopped at a parking place for lunch and noticed a bloke walking around. He tapped on the window and tried to sell Rob a mobile phone! He got short shrift of course. He then proceeded to nip across 6 lanes of m'way and join his mate in a car parked the other side. This goes to show why we keep all doors locked when we stop and don't leave the MH ...
... woman alone, and you don't understand how anything arounds you, it does give you both fear and opportunity.
And then there is Eastern Europe. The train enters Hungary and you can see the rusted industrial landscape everywhere. Once great buildings are in ruins. I finally walked around the Jewish neighbourhood, which is supposed to be the new, hip Budapest, tried some goulash and then walked down the Danube. I only had ...
... the church, there was a small bronze miniature of the church and Fisherman's Bastion that was created specifically so that the blind could feel it to get a "picture" in their minds of what they were visiting. There was a little "nub" you could feel on the miniature that was to represent the size of one person so Matt could get the idea of the scale of the church and the bastion. We were then given free time to wander the cobblestoned streets and did ...
... The House of Terror. It was very intense and heavy walking through hearing stories of what happened there; while offices occupied the main floors the basement held a torture room, prisons, and execution rooms which were beyond scary and claustrophobic. While it is important to Hungarians never to forget what it was like clawing their way out of these desperate moments of history, the country I met was very bright, alive, and proud.
... open-air section of the bus and Budapest at the end of October is cold (about 5 degrees). We then went to the absolutely massive Royal Palace. We walked around the courtyards and admired the architecture. The Royal Palace now houses the Hungarian National Gallery and the Budapest History Museum. We went to the latter. I will try to give a brief history of Budapest based on what we saw at the museum, because the history is both interesting an incredibly sad at ...
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