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Travel Blogs from Budapest
... you thought of like a haunted house-like attraction- after all, that's what first came to mind for me! And you'd be as wrong as I was! The House of Terror is actually a museum dedicated to communists who used the building as their former headquarters after WWII. It was also known as the "House of Loyalty" for the Hungarian Nazis who took up residence here. The highlight (if I may call it that) was actually the elevator. The route of the museum ...
I liked Budapest far more than was healthy for a man spoken for. Instead of staying three nights, I stayed five and nearly a sixth. It just does things to you. You roll up expecting a city that is still getting over the days of Soviet occupation, and instead you find a city that is positively bubbling with modernity and progress. The great thing was that I had read and heard little about it before I arrived, making every sight and experience like a sudden yet pleasant slap to ...
... market (they are basically set up with mulled wine, sweets, food, and gifts in any square around the city). I decided not to eat there, thinking it was a bit pricey, and went to the Central Market Hall. If you do not like crowds, come during the week. The place was empty! I found hot food upstairs (turns out it was more expensive, oh well). I had grilled sausage. So tasty! I ended up going back to the little market to get some mulled wine before ...
... renovations going on. Budapest is a beautiful city now, but in a few years time it will be something to behold.
Spent our days taking boat rides on the Danube, checking out the many points of interest and walking walking walking. After two weeks of sitting on our backsides in a car, letting the athlete re-emerge in us both has been fantastic.
Parliament House in B.P. is a beauty. The design went to a winner of ...
... in her town, and a Hungarian lady has taught university in Switzerland. The rest of them I don't think have any teaching experience.
I'm having problems with some of the things they are teaching. First of all we have the chairs in a circle and have small classes. I had classes of upto 35 students with desks so this format does not work.
Using this format what they are teaching is 'monitoring' (listening ...
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