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Meeting up with our spiritual brothers in Vienna was a highlight of our trip. There is no organisation on earth like Jehovah's. the kids loved it too and were sad when we left the convention stadium. We all made many friends. We bumped into Andrew and Christine Cooke who are living in Munich and Brad & Helen Scone who were over on holidays. Met brothers who spoke English from many parts of Europe ...
... at dusk, to get some nice photos, before retiring back to the park to try a Hungarian specialty, fried bread with sour cream and cheese, which was every bit as filling as it sounds.
Budapest was thoroughly excellent a good mix of old culture and a trendy nightlife, recommended! It also marks for us the Eastern most point of our European leg, we are now westward bound.
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So I realiseI'm a little behind with the blogging so i'm trying to catch up here! Both of us really enjoyed our tme in Budapest. It's cheap and surprisingly rich in history. We managed to find a really good free tour company (tips accepted of course!) who showed us around on our first day. We found it so interesting that we even went back for one on communism two days later. This one explained that fact that Budapest is a strange mix of beautiful old buildings ...
... architect Zsigmond Quittner to design the new structure, and in 1904, they began construction of the Gresham Palace, which was completed in 1906. Originally, the palace served as an office building as well as a home for wealthy British aristocrats associated with the Gresham company. During the occupation after World War II, Soviet soldiers resided in the extravagant palace. Eventually, it became decrepit and was used as an apartment building during the People's Republic of Hungary. ...
... We arrived at our hotel and chilled in the hotel for a bit, psyching ourselves up to go out and explore. By the time we left the hotel it was dark out. Wow. What a different world at night. At night you cannot see the battle scars that remain, you can only see the amazing architecture with the low lights that frame each building. We walked down to the water only to have our breathes taken away. It was absolutely stunning. Large grand buildings on either side of the ...
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