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... helped make the trip very unique. I do have to say though, that if you can't crawl or you think bruises all over your body are a problem, this might not be the tour for you.
Physically, I was incredibly beat after the tour. I bussed and metroed back to the hotel area, grabbed breakfast snacks and another burger from the stand for dinner and was both completely ready to pass out and still very physically excited.
I did manage to sleep a bit ...
... forces as he was leaving the Yugoslav Embassy, and taken to Snagov, Romania. Subsequently, the Soviets returned him to Hungary, where he was secretly charged with organizing to overthrow the Hungarian people's democratic state and with treason. Nagy was secretly tried, found guilty, sentenced to death ...
... to see the city
so we booked a 24 ticket on a hop on hop off ferry. This allows one
to do a second voyage at night to see the lights, so that is what we
The city really is beautiful from the
river. There are the bridges of course and on the Buda side, the
hilltop monument, the citadel, the presidential palace, the Mathias
church and fishermans bastion. Whilst on the Pest side there is the
parliament buildings, St ...
... in circles. No nap for us! In desperation we even slithered into a McDonald's for cheap, fat-filled, hold me until I stop crying food. It sat in our stomach like a rock and made our endless hiking all the worse. Things finally got better when we crawled through the church door, looking like we had been filming a Spaghetti Western and smelling even worse. The inside of the church has been immaculately restored. Much of it was destroyed during the war, ...
... St. Stephen, with the 7 tribes that initially came here from Asia. On each side, there are 6 kings, with reliefs showing their most important moments. The last 3 kings are a recent addition, as they have now replaced the Russian figures that stood there during the Soviet Regime.
As you pass through Heroe's square, on the other side is a large ice rink, with Vajdahunyad Castle overlooking it. The castle is really neat. It is not as old ...