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... for another half an hour or so before finally heading out into the countryside. The driver was going at BREAKNECK speed down the country roads – they were paved and completely straight but it felt like we were going 150 km/hour or more. The countryside is very rural – there's lots of fields that were just soil at the moment that in the fall I’m sure will be full of crops. Made it across the border into Hungary with no problems. They say ...
... the Heroes square includes the Museum of Fine Arts which showcases more than 100 000 art pieces. After which we journeyed to the St. Stephen's Basilica, one of the larger churches in Hungary.
The Danube River runs through the capital city, with a total of 8 bridges in connecting Buda and Pest together, which combined makes Budapest. On the Buda side of Hungary's ...
... to come back and do some exploring of other towns but working in Korea for the last three years trips to Europe weren't possible. Finally I was able to come this months and stay for five weeks since my training course lasted four weeks so I came early to do some exploring.
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