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... exhibit about the history of the synagogue and finally a garden dedicated to remembering those who died in the Holocaust. In the middle of the garden there was a metal weeping willow tree with metal plates as leaves and on the plates were names of those Hungarian Jews killed. There was also a memorial for Raoul Wallenberg who came to Hungary and saved tens of thousands of Jews during the war. We were definitely happy to visit the complex and thought it was important to do so. ...
... not feel like getting up as I had been stumbling up and down the ladder for quite a while before stopping work I was so tired, but as it was close to supper, and I was hungry for not having eaten I decided to take the lead and get us going to the hotel. I was however shocked to hear from Janet that it was only 1400!!! I felt a if it was at least 1800 and close to bed time, groan!!!!!! Well, what could I do ...
Boarded our cruise on the eve of 16 June. A leisurely cruise after dark was the highlight of a vibrant city built on the Danube, one of only 3 or 4 such cities. The next morning we were taken on a guided coach tour through Pest to be shown some of its historic place but did not get an opportunity to spend any time there.
Today's entry was supposed to consist of the following: We did nothing, Austria tomorrow. For better or worse it didn't turn out that way. We slept in until about 2pm, and only got up because we felt like seeing the Budapest Opera House (walking all day every day is HARD!). The last guided tour was at 3pm so we didn't have much time to get ready, grab lunch, and jog the 2 kilometers. We picked up a pretzel and barely made it to the ticket ...
... some Hungarian, and drink some coffee.
God had other plans.
After hearing his story of his dream, and other ways God had shown himself that week, we explained (via a LONG conversation) what it meant to be "born again," the difference between believing in God and choosing to follow God, and that salvation comes through the sacrifice of Jesus. Tamas's response was "I want to do the reborn now. Can I do it now? Can we do it ...