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... II in 1945 until the end of the Cold War . The demolition of the Iron Curtain started in Hungary during the summer of 1989. First it was the removal of Hungary's border fence and the Pan-European Picnic when thousands of East Germans began to emigrate to West Germany via Hungary on September 11, foreshadowing the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989.
Castle Hill, known as Várhegy in Hungarian, was first settled in the thirteenth ...
... the grave/monument is not maintained, the deceased can be 'kicked out'.) We had the option of going to the castle or back to the city. (No indoor tours today at the castle.). We returned to the square and wandered for almost two hours. We had our first. German sausage with sauerkraut and potato salad and a Weisse Beer. We found some great souvenirs while exploring, and returned to take the bus back to our ship. Our souvenirs were either consumables or wearable. ...
... nice as well going into the thermal pools on such a hot day. We had a nice walk around the village and then went to the Valley of Beautiful Ladies. This was a valley of thirty odd wine cellars built into the rock and I got to taste a few of the Hungarian reds which the district was known for. Unlucky for Brad he had to drive. Sucker. We had an early start the next morning, driving out to Boldogkőváralja village to see a castle we were very excited about. ...
... one protestor’s sign. They were holding hands walking around a barricaded sculpture that later I found out also from my cousin that they are protesting the creation of this sculpture that is being built by the government to depict Hungary’s victimhood in WWII by the German genocide of the Jews. That Hungary was totally innocent, which is not true. The protestors are demonstrating peacefully while also slowly dismantling the sculpture with skilled artisans. It ...
... was built in the 70's, but it was probably the most good looking castle I'd seen so far. Then I had the energy to join a free walking tour up to real castle and learned about the city and played my tourist role to perfection.
Went to see the parliament up close, pretty nice, but I think London wins on that front.
Then, comes nighttime, I got somehow enrolled into an event they call Alcoholympics, an event of beer/alcohol drinking that envolved 10 teams ...