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... from the ground up.
The architectural style is Neo-Classical; it has a Greek cross ground plan. The fašade is anchored by two large bell towers. In the southern tower is Hungary's biggest bell, weighing over 9 tonnes (8.9 long tons; 9.9 short tons). Its predecessor had a weight of almost
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... village is spectacular and the cycling around this area was excellent. The castle had a Baroque Theatre complete with all the under the stage and in the wings machinery still intact. We especially enjoyed the Marionette Museum. Wow. Some of the marionettes were over 100 years old...and they were all stored hanging up...suspended in a wooden attic space as if at any moment they would just spring to life. The various artists who created the characters were so very ...
... to touch me through the glass. It was an absolutely incredible experience.
After the zoo, we proceeded to return to the hostel. We got some dinner (and got scammed) at a rather pricey but delicious, authentic hungarian restaurant. It was absolutely delicious. We returned to the hostel, where I proceeded to go to bed, and I'm not sure about the boys.
Oh and PS, I bought a stuffed lemur and named him Budda. haha
Hungary got hungry, and found a bit of Turkey. It was too Chile so he dipped it in Greece. Ha! Once we got off the train in Budapest, our first move was to get some Hungarian dollars, or Florint. I exchanged some Czech crowns and got about 30,000 Florint for it. A bottle of water is worth about 200. We had to multiply everything by almost 300. Crazy. Everyone in Hungary are millionaires. We caught the metro to our hostel, and found ourselves squished in a tiny 6-bed dorm with a bloke ...
... drove all the way from SCOTLAND?' they asked. Erm, yup.. I replied. They then checked my insurance documents, weren't bothered by the fact I had no registration documents and they didn't know what an MOT was, so we were on our way again.
Hungary uses an electronic vignette system, a way of paying to use the motorways. You give some money to a man in the petrol station, and he gives you an illegible paper receipt. There ...