Budapest Hotel Leslie Apartments
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... left feeling empty, and coupled with our visit to the Hungarian Holocaust Memorial site it was a very emotionally taxing day.
The Hungarian Jews that were murdered by the Nazis are often referred to as "The Holocaust that shouldn't have happened", because it occurred so late in the war, in comparison with the other killings. Because of Hitler's desire to "cleanse Europe" before the Allies swept through, Hungary became his focus as the war started to bend in ...
... family was not going to be split up.
After pickup we crossed the street to the mall and went into the bookstore, where we were abl to find the boys a couple more English books, then had an early dinner/snack at the local Subway. Here we met a dad and his son (about Blake's age), who had just spent 3 hours waiting to pick up their residence cards (with VIP status the same process took us 20 minutes). ...
... do with the monetary donation the class received from someone in Germany. I did not get much out of this discussion, and as the meeting was going on 2.5 hours, my concentration was failing and I was getting less out of the discussion than I had previously.
Overall, it was good that I went and showed my involvement, but I don't see that we will be significant contributors to these meetings while we are here.
... 34% (!!!!) of my salary. If you knew the poor infrastructure of Rome and how much garbage and trash is littered all over the Roma centro, you would be clueless as to where this money goes. But I digress. Anyways my school does nothing to make up for the huge take-home salary decrease after two years. Therefore, as much as I hate to have to be leaving Europe, it looks like I will be moving on after this school year! I look forward to the new possibilities.
... of people attend services on a regular basis having only 30 people attend Easter mass.
While there are many valid non-holocaust-related reasons why a population as a whole might have shrunk and why fewer people may be turning to religion, I have to believe that a majority of the impact is holocaust-related as the city outside is still full of people and life. For a community to drop from thousands to few handful, ...