City Hotel Ring
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... of their own as well. Then lunch was down the street at Stex House Restaurant. Since every speaker seemed to be late, and we had lots of questions, it was a quick lunch, but again very good. Returning we met with the Cultural Affairs Officer and members of the consular team from the U.S. Embassy to learn about their current programs and safety concerns. The only warning we got was the list of intersections near where there are bars/nightclubs we should probably ...
... laundry, we hung it out all over our room, rolled around in our grief of wet garments after 2hrs in a dryer (as seen on facebook) and then sucked it up and went out to see Budapest. By then it was midday. Not happy jan. So we ventured out to a place Tash and I were both keen on seeing - the house of terror. I have a wad of handouts from the place, but to keep it short and sweet it was a brain hurting kind of informative visit - I have no idea how poor Tash must feel, as ...
... legging it further down the platform. Our train was about 100m away and the doors on it were closing! We were running as fast as our holiday legs would take us. Our backpacks bouncing around on our backs with no time to stop and do them up. We leapt on board moments after the man on the platform was blowing his whistle indicating the train was about to depart. It was so close!
We no longer had the luxury of spreading out. Actually, we didn't even have the luxury of sitting ...
... flowers which I don't recognize. I'd love help in identifying them!
So many amazing mushrooms! We did not sample them. :-)
Although we tried be quiet during hiking, we didn't see many animals. I did see a wild boar but he was too quick for a picture. However, checkout the "Frog Crossing" sign!!!
Included are a few pictures where I tried to show just how ...
... is more colorful with painted houses and lots of billboards. In Gdansk there are beautiful preserved old buildings; one street looks just like Amsterdam! We also visited a beautiful old castle that managed to survive hundreds of years of fighting and wars. In Gdansk we also went to a super modern shopping mall; it was all there! From Gdansk we traveled south to Krakow.
Real life learning was also our visit to Auschwitz/Birkenau and a visit to the Jewish ...