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... if people had been tiring or freaking out, we wouldn't have gotten to see as much of the cave as we did, which is why when I realized I had a minor health issue that nobody could do anything about while we were still in the caves, I kept my mouth shut and adventured on. It turned out to be the right choice.
I have to say that I highly recommend the cave tour to anybody who is not claustrophobic and has full range of bodily motion. It was a ton of ...
... as Prime Minister of Hungary with János Kádár, the leader of the Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party. Nagy, with a few others, was given sanctuary in the Yugoslav Embassy. In spite of a written safe conduct of free passage by János Kádár, on 22 November 1956, Nagy was arrested by ...
Monday 16 June Budapest. Danube
A heavy duty tourist day today. Two
boat cruises, an opera house tour plus an organ recital in the
It was a busy day today. We liked the
idea of seeing the city from the Danube so we bought a cruise on one
of the many boats plying the few kilometers along the city water
frontage. Most try to value add by selling a meal on the boat and
some form of performance on board but we ...
... getting lost' experience especially terrible is that we had been doing so well up to that point. Before then we hadn't had any problems at all with figuring out where things are; usually you can see the top of a steeple or the river to get your bearings. Ugh, the more I think about it the angrier I get. The whole point of taking the metro was to avoid some stairs. In the end, we still had to take every stinking last stair in the city and we wasted over two ...
... Deak Ferenc Ter to meet the group going on the free Pest walking tour.
I got there just in time, and we headed out first to see the Great Synagogue (from the outside). From there, we took the metro up to Heroe's square. It is interesting to see the different ends of Andrassy Way. By heroe's square, it is like the Blvds in Paris, wide, treed, big houses. In the town centre, it is much smaller. There is so much history in this city! Heroe's ...