Budapest Panorama Central
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... it was completely mobbed with tour groups. This is what I should have checked out early in the morning before everybody was awake.
From there, it was an easy walk down Andrassy Street. This is a wide, tree-lined boulevard that seemed to house all of the foreign embassies. There is a great litle walking path on either side of traffic, and the architecture is quite gorgeous. At the other end of the street from the Heroes Square is the Terror House.
... and 10 air bases maintained by the Soviet Army in Hungary. The Soviets reportedly asked for 50 billion forints (some 800 million US dollars at the time), as compensation for the "Soviet investment" in Hungary; the then-commander of Soviet troops in Hungary, Col. ...
... some spectacular palaces
now converted to hotels, the market and downstream a little, the Bela
Bartok hall that we visited last Saturday.
After the morning boat cruise we went
back to our apartment for lunch before girding our loins for an opera
house tour. We have an interest in opera houses and we generally try
to see a performance in one in preference to a tour because
generally, even a show with only marginal attraction can be ...
... lit up that were all attached to different things.. One of them switched the hairdryer on! Hilarious! Before heading home we thought it would be appropriate to do some night photography while it was dry. Think we've literally walked the length of the city today.. So now it's bed time again! Zzzzzzzzzzz......... Petes highlight: SEGWAY!! Shonas highlight: SEGWAY! Nikkis highlight: SEGWAY!!... Closely followed by being asked if we wanted to buy a carrot at the ...
... duck. As Hungarian is generally accepted as the hardest language in the world to learn, maybe they are more open to people not attempting to speak it. even a simple phrase in English like cheers soon puts you off trying to pick up words. You try saying "egészségedre" next time you clink glasses.
The following morning we enjoyed a walking tour... well i would have found it more enjoyable, but the hours spent in the pool and ...