Budapest Panorama Central
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... s main mosque. Ornate frescoes were whitewashed and interior furnishings stripped out by the Turks.
In 1686 during the siege of Buda, a wall of the church collapsed due to cannon fire. It turned out that an old votive Madonna statue was hidden behind the wall. As the sculpture of the Virgin Mary appeared before the praying Muslims, terror overcame them, and supposedly, the city fell on the same day. A giant statue of King Stephen I of Hungary mounted on a horse is ...
... in it that I didn't want to stop. Most of you probably don't know much of my reading habits, but like with how I watch some TV shows I tend to binge read. So because of my reading habits I found myself in Budapest on the first day being completely anti-social wrapped up in a novel eventually finishing it by some early hours of the night.
The next day I was quite lazy, not getting up until quite late, but then I went to wander through ...
... to the people. The next floor down moved more into the personal stories of survivors of the war camps, there was footage of interviews with people telling their stories of the concentration camps and the awful conditions and treatment they were put through. Next was all about the people who were interrogated, tortured and murdered inside the house, one person in every 2 families was subjected to to these tactics. By the end of the interrogation process a person would say ...
Today we are on our way to Budapest. Arrived 4.30 Taxi to hotel, the driver was great gave us lots of info and took our HEAVY bags which was a long way fro inside station to car. Hotel good we had showers then we went to have a look round just in this vicinity ...
... was nice. It’s pretty warm here in Madrid at the moment – what a difference a month makes! Even this last night, it was over 25 C (77 F).
Managed to get to Atocha Renfe and out onto the main concourse at around 9:11. Success! Except…the line to buy a ticket from the ticket office was VERY long. There were about twenty people ahead of me. I despaired. The guy in line behind me even asked one of the guards if there was anything I could ...