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... the train), that our direct train to Ljubljana included disembarking the train at Dombovar, climbing aboard a bus, and then re-boarding our train in Kiskorpad. A bus bridge! Who knew?! Not us. And not the sweaty, angry American, who flipped when he loaded his baggage onto our bus only to discover that there was no seat for him and he was told to get into a different bus. He kept insisting he needed to get his bag first, and the Hungarian-only speaking bus driver was animated, to ...
... done. We walked back to the Moricz Zsigmond transit hub and got on the Metro 4- the station is very cool and modern looking- this is the newest Metro line, just opened. We took the Metro home, ready to just chill, eat leftovers and have some rose champagne we picked up the other day. I thought we'd have a relaxing evening but I accidentally broke a champagne glass, tipping it over onto the floor. We decided in a fit of energy to pop out to Ikea and buy a replacement glass. It was only a ...
... begging. Unemployment is under 10%2525. Most people live on 600 euros a month. 27%2525 VAT, highest in Europe. Forints 230/1dollar 300/1euro To get Euros one has to meet certain criteria but now they not sure they want it any longer as the Florint is doing well. PARLIAMENT : wow! everything you see IS gold - 40kg of it The Crown Jewels were kept in USA until 1978 to keep it safe from USSR The scepter was made in the 10th century And the crown in the ...
... Bridge, never wanting to confuse anyone of course), and up the hill to the the Grand Palace of Budapest and the Cathedral of Mathias. We had happened upon a flyer that mentioned that there was a labyrinth under the palace where they held Dracula captive (the historical count that the vampire myth was born from), so naturally that was the first site of interest for us. We walked down into the grim and dingy tunnels and attempted to understand the stories and history ...
... amazing. It was the second most powerful museum I've ever been to besides the Vietnam War Museum in Ho Chi Minh City. The House of Terror was all about when Hungary took the side of the Nazis in WWII. This building was used in the war to interrogate and torture Jews. It was horrific to see what these people were put through.
After going through the museum, I couldn’t take much more history, so ...