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Loved this hosel - great location, good prices, friendly staff, and the best hostel kitchen ever!
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... the original thirteenth-century plans for the church and also uncovered a number of original Gothic elements lost for centuries. He added magnificent diamond patterned roof tiles and gargoyles, which visitors can still admire today. The reconstruction was completed in 1896.
... once it gets dryer. That area is mostly grass free due to the trees, so there won't be the same need to tear it down as soon as the grass starts growing. The boys and I then played a board game, since it was too wet to be outside.
It was apparently raining pretty hard when Laura walked home this evening, but dinner was good and we played another game. Problems started though when it was time to pull out homework. ...
... br> This mood of intolerance of the current government and situation in the country was evident in a protest we saw outside the parliament building and also in a protest along the riverbank, which seemed a little more bizarre initially - as we approached the river we wondered if there was a 'white van convention' happening as the far bank was a long line of such vehicles as far as we could see. As we crossed the bridge, we realised each had ...
... was very chatty going out, and dead silent coming back. You would be.
In Budapest we visited the House of Terror, a museum devoted to the Nazi and Soviet years in Hungary. Two young women from New York told us it was so depressing but ok. The 30-somethings from Budapest? One said no, it's so depressing, but he'd never actually been there, his sister said not for them, they're Americans, they want to hear about this. Yes, we did. ...
... down Andrassy past the Opera heading back home for a cheesy lunch. After a little rest in the afternoon, we headed out for dinner. As we were on our way, we heard some crowd noises and followed them to find out what was going on. Not far from our home and St. Stephen's Basilica is Liberty Square- there was a large screen set up showing the FIFA World Cup Germany vs. the US. Benches and picnic tables were ...