Budapest Museum Central
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... and revolutions, and I actually remembered learning about the student uprising that took place in Budapest back in 1956. This revolution was violently surpressed by Soviet tanks, and more than 200,000 Hungarians fled to the West. Communist-led government began in Hungary during that time. From what I am learning, the country of Hungary has had waves of turmoil for many centuries - Celtic warriors, Roman emperors, the Huns, and assorted ...
... an overcrowded public system and the lack of opportunities for people once they finish university. Our chef for example had a Philosophy degree. She did assure us however that in fact Morocco was in a better position now than it had been for a long time because despite these difficulties, people felt safe in their homes at all times. Then, as if by magic (I'm choosing to ignore Morocco's last hurrah, a 20E taxi to the airport), we were in Rome! To cut a long story short, we wanted ...
... When feeling jaded we discussed what the percentage of intelligence to idiocy was amongst the passengers - I thought maybe 70/30, but Richard is a harsher judge and estimated it at 50/50. The usual rule applies of course - the emptiest vessels continue to make the most sound! The last leg of the trip started in Passau, which we were surprised to find is stunningly beautiful. Don't know why we were surprised, because so much of Germany is just that, but I guess because we've always ...
... so everyone made a run for it to the hostel, trying desperately to avoid getting too soaked in the flooded streets but this just want possible. We all looked like drawn rats by the time we got there. Even though the weather was horrendous, I fell in love with Budapest straight away. I don't know what it was, maybe it was the way the lightening illuminated the city or the magnificent buildings along the river, but whatever it was I found it amazing from the moment we first ...
... good-bye to Annyce and Kai. Keith led us back down Castle Hill by another route, past the president's house, down the steep hill (we took the paved path with switch backs, Sam and Blake went straight down the grass while Keith and I discussed that in all of the crowds no one could tell they were with us, until Sam looked right at me and started yelling "mom! mom! take a picture!". I replied "I don't know you." at which point the old Hungarian man ...