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All I can say is that I felt an extreme sense of ease today as I arrived in Zakopane, Poland. A two and a half hour bus ride south of Kraków, this mountain town has some familiarity to it that I've been missing for nearly a month now. Nestled up against the Tatra Mountains and nearing the border of Slovakia, Zakopane is a year round paradise …
... 8226; the Hungarian National Museum- I was really interested in the more recent history and the communist propaganda posters but they had all the history of Hungary dating back to 100 AD! • the Great Synagogue- we didn't go in but saw from the outside, very beautiful • Lengenda Danube River boat tour- secret passcode: Rick Steves- this tour gave us a nice overview of the city from the Danube River vantage point • Surrey ride on ...
... out, she was in Budapest last night to attend a ballet at the Budapest Opera House, with some of the people we have met through Fulbright. It started at 7 pm and apparently went three hours, followed by a drink at the bar before spending a short night in town, and catching the early train back to finish preparing for class.
Blake still has the head cold, but has seemed happier the last couple of ...
... Great restaurant, highly recommend it. Bruce and I went back there the day before we flew home too. https://www.facebook.com/flyingpuli
Day 3 - oh no! I have to run 42km tomorrow! Not ready :)
Panic! It's the day before the race! Time to rest the legs and take it somewhat easy. So after a cruisey morning we all headed out to Hösök Tere or Heros (near city park) square which is not only a touristic highlight but is ...
... to the next place i was going, ate and continued the walk.
I walked up to the house of terror museum. This was the history of the Nazi occupation and the following communist state. It told grim stories, but this was interesting because before this i did not know much about hungry in the second world war and post war. I explored this museum and then left. I walked to the tram, caught the tram to the metro and ...