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... protests there daily and there will be until it's taken down. We didn't see anyone protesting, but we did see police on site that are always guarding the area and act as a deterrent for demonstrators. Overall, we enjoyed the tour and the insight our guide provided about what life was like during a very important time in Hungary.
At night, we wound down with a dinner in one area of the city and then off to a popular "ruin bar" to enjoy a drink.
... much to Janet's ire :). We obediently waited outside at 0900 when obviously the delivery guy only arrived at 0930 and the paint only at 0945, any case........Janet left for breakfast but as I had had some fruit I decided to start the prep work on painting the bedroom as it was our most important job seeing that the bed would be delivered on Sunday. By the time Janet got back I had masked everything and ...
... bag....and that is the way it is done:)
We headed to the tram to Oktagan, out stop and then walked Andrassy boulevard to the monuments, park and Szechenyi Baths...thermal baths. It was quite a departure from our normal trip events. We had a changing cabin and then got in hot and hotter thermal pools. After that we ventured outside, dried off ...
I <3 Budapest!!! Such a crazy party town and everything was diiiirrtt cheap, but it was still such a beautiful and clean city for how cheap everything was. Out hostel was probably the best place I've stayed yet, right in the heart of the city! Around us were all these "ruin bars" they were old abandoned buildings that were bombed in a war and now people have turned them into bars, ...
... of this on-going story....
[nb: "we" refers to these friends]
Tamas (Thomas) stopped to listen.
"do you know what they're singing about?" It was the start of a great conversation, which ended in an invitation to Rézkígyó coffeehouse that Friday night.
Tamas, a Buddhist raised by atheist parents, confessed later that he only came on that Friday to convince his host that his religious beliefs were ...