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... to a room full of students from dictatorships - a very different audience). My sense coming out of the discussion was that Hungary has found itself in an unexpected place; in the multi-party system that emerged after the collapse of the USSR, no one expected any one party to achieve the 2/3 super-majority alone so no one expected a single party to succeed in changing the constitution to their own benefit. A bit like the gerrymandering in the US, except that ...
... 1947 to celebrate the victory over the Nazis. She is 14m tall and holds a palm leaf above her head. She is visible from all around Budapest and makes quite a striking site at night. From the Citadel we tootled around Budapest in our red bus to get to Heroes Square. I'm always a bit wary of things with names like Heroes Square and this was no exception - it was a huge place with large monuments dedicated to the seven chieftains of the Maygars and other national heroes. It had ...
... Have to say… the Lonely Planet on a Shoestring book seems to recommend campsites based on proximity to tourist attractions only. Twice now we’ve gone with their suggestion and… yes – we found bus / trains easy to get to from the camp… but the camp’s themselves are the lowest of the low. Camp Romai in Budapest was the most run down communist structure ever. I could barely bring myself ...
... and Bradley had Hungarian stew with noodles (/pasta). My fish was very nice, and the crust was especially good and a bit different with cheese, but Bradley's stew was quite heavy and some of the meat was cooked well and some overcooked unfortunately. He said it was nice with a good, rich sauce, but not as yum as he was hoping. We shared a raspberry and lime marscapone tart for dessert, and finished off with some local palinka - Hungarian brandy made from fruit. One was ...
... he probably didnīt realise he replied exactly to what I was asking, thus, how much helpful he was. I really nice person he was and certainly not the only one!
d) Honestly, Holland must be a depopulated land as it seems all of its inhabitants have moved to Budapest. We even found ourselves getting a dinner at a Heineken bar. I might have been the only non-Dutch person! If there had been more bikes and ...