Blue Danube Hostel
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... jam, apple slices, crushed walnuts, and poppy seeds. We stopped by a main ruin bar that was supposedly ranked one of the top 3 bars in the Europe. It was decorated with lots of recycled material (i.e. old computer screens, old lamps, etc.)
Dinner was at the Hungarian restaurant by the hostel once more. The same server from last night recognized us and was pretty happy (since we were the only customers right then). Dan and I both got ...
... inherited establishing inherits it but in other cases what's more, it is whithin the people who don't have good depression for their families. This proves it's a sort of illness that may affect anyone. Melancholia sometimes take place in an individual's life caused by various causes for example unemployment, genealogy if depression, financial crises and some people feel dejected as a result of death of ...
... sent the mothers and children to the gas chambers. The Jewish men and other prisoners would get a number tattooed to identify them and they had to work. It was hard for the Jewish people to survive in the camp.
It is so horrible what Hitler did. Hitler used the Jews to blame them for the bad economic situation. It is horrible what the Nazi’s did to the Jewish people. I hope it never happens again.
The Cold war is still evident ...
... a restaurant within a bus ride from where we were staying at Remiz. Gina suggested we try potato balls stuffed with truffle shavings and topped with salmon caviar - delicious. We also sampled Paprika Chicken, trout and Alex and Michael had the biggest schnitzels I've ever seen! We will be sad to leave our temporary home in Budapest - a wonderful city and such kind and generous hosts. Michael and Alexandra have been lots of fun to share the experiences with. And so to Praha, as Prague is ...
... they told me to head up to the top floor. I re-entered the completely dark reception room, and felt my way up the completely dark stairwell. When I finally got to the top, I opened the door to the cozy and very welcoming hostel. There was a group of people playing circle-of-death (or "Kings Cup") in the common room, and I waved a quick hello to my friend. I explained I want to transfer into the hostel for a few nights, and the host ...