Budapest Museum Central
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... quirky pieces, and all the walls free to graffiti.
We had a drink and the kids left their mark, to find when they come back. Very cool!
We also heard the best news from home. I'm an aunty again to a gorgeous bub called Alexander. Congrats Trin
... translate, but I guess I wasn’t all that surprised when Keith was gone for almost an hour while I tried to make red beans and rice on our one burner. I just asked how much he had had to drink when he came back – just two glasses of Palinka :) It is unclear to us if the workmen are friends or if you always offer drinks to the hired help, but apparently when they went in the house, they all went immediately into the basement, where beers and Palinka ...
... at the State Opera to take a few photos. The House of Terror is a museum that documents the terror imposed by both the Nazis (1944-45) and the Communists (1945-56) whose headquarters were located at 60 Andrassy utca. While the museum describes the actions of the Arrow Cross Party (Hungarian Nazis) rounding up and killing over 70,000 Jews, it focuses mainly on the actions of Soviet secret police (AVH). Hungarians had their farms and businesses confiscated; non-Hungarians were ...
Disclaimer: This is NOT I repeat NOT for
grandparents. This is why it is in a new section!
Where do I start!
From the beginning I guess.
Today we had breakfast and tried to get
ourselves a spot into a cave exploration trek. We had been told by old
housemates (shout out to the Geelong Ladies! Not you Jay you suck) to do the
caving tours but the information inside the hostel seemed to show that we
needed to plan this well ...
... made it out of the country via exile camps. The Liberation Statue on the Citadel commemorates the people who died during the siege. What an amazing sense of freedom one experiences as one stands underneath this statue that can be seen from all over the city. Austria was a Communist country with Hungarian government until 1989 and is now trying to recover from 40 years of communism which was what is called a Goulash communism: Private shops. Freedom ...