Botel Hotel Lisa
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... hour and a half each way.
We were greeted by women dressed in their traditional Hungarian dress, and they shared some of their age-old customs. They danced and sang, brought us a traditional Hungarian cake AND the traditional drink, a very strong drink that one had to take in one swallow. It burned all the way down, but stopped my cough!
Holloko, being so isolated, wasn't strategic during the war so it wasn't bothered with damage. The area ...
... the refuge that night. That was until we woke up the next morning and discovered we had shared the bed with a large colony of bed bugs (I'm thinking of you, Mary haha). The second day we climbed to the base of Mt Toubkal, at over 3400m, it was a great climb and quite a sight. Despite a great days' hike and great traditional food along the way, it all came to a grinding halt with me banging down a door at the refuge the next morning at about 4:30am with Bridge next to me doubled ...
... of Terror: Headquarter of Nazi Party and then the old headquarter of the State Security during Communism. It commemorates the victims of both regimes. There is a bit of the Berlin Wall outside and it was a gift from Germany due to Pan European Picnic. In August 1989 the border was opened between Hungary and Austria for three hours and gave a lot of people the opportunity to flee the Regime. The other reason for the gift was due to the significance of Lake Balaton. It ...
... lot, and we got soaked to the bone, as did our backpacks and their contents! Fun times...
After a quick dry off and change, we headed back out and down to the Danube river, which runs through Budapest, along with several other capital cities and countries. We had booked to do a 2 hour boat trip along the river, which included food and drinks, including a glass of bubbly on arrival...At dinner I sat with Sophie, Alex and ...
... weekly grocery shopping done as there is a brand new national law requiring large grocery stores to close on Sundays that took effect today.
Today we decided to drive in to Budapest and park at a mall not far from Hero Square and then take the tram to the Castle District where Annyce, Kai and Emmett live. (Vince had shown Keith this trick when he visited back in October, and is a good thing to keep in mind as we go to other cities with ...