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... and Art Nouveau structures. Unfortunately, the city was severely damaged during the Russian siege of 1945 and gaps created by destroyed building were in filled with "socialist architecture." As our guide said, "what Soviet architecture lacked in artistic style was more than made up for in shoddy construction techniques." Many of the older buildings have been fully restored and the Soviet era buildings are being replaced with more architecturally appropriate structures. ...
... in town. As soon as we got there we went to sleep and didn't wake up until around 6:30 pm. We quickly showered and got ready to go out for new years eve dinner. The restaurant was really nice, we got to sit on a big comfy seat with lots of cushions. There was a menu and we had to choose one thing for each of our four courses. For entre I had a chicken and fig pate, for soup I had beef goulash, for main I ...
... about a whiteboard party where people wear white shirts and they get written all over. We head out and to buy tshirts and also get some things from the supermarket. It's 6pm by the time we get back so we cook ourselves dinner. I get myself ready and so does Bradden and we head back to the common room to sit with Hawaii until we're ready to hear to Retox which is where the party starts, We get to Retox and it's crazy to see where Chris worked. We get a drink and I meet up with a ...
... where I found myself a jumper. (Yay, warmth!) When that was all sorted we walked down to Veganskŷ Svet, (yes, again) where we sat down and ordered some food. I got some yummy spring rolls and noodles and the boys both got Darren's favourite, curry fried rice. I was talking to Amy on Facebook, as she had arrived in Prague the night before, but was on a pub crawl so we didn't get to catch up with her. She was actually staying at the hostel that ...
... mummified right hand is kept in "The Relic" in a small chapel in the Basilica.
Many buildings here were built to commemorate the millenium (in 1896) of Hungary's founding. The Parliament has a 96m high dome for that reason as does the Basilica. Heroes Square consists of 2 quarter-circle monuments depicting the 7 ancient tribes of Hungary.
As part of our cruise, we did a city tour. An early stop was at ...
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