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... onto our 6 hour drive to Krakow, Poland. We travelled into Slovakia which was amazing and very green and looked like the alps. We even went through 2 ski resorts.
We stopped for dinner in Banska and walked around this very nice and pretty town.
We continued onto Poland and once we entered into Poland one thing we noticed was the houses were incredible. We had thought they would be very rural and not well kept, but totally the ...
... and that there is a special energy radiating from them. The megaliths and slabs of concrete, Sam says, couldnt even have been lifted with the technology we have today, so it is a mystery as how these pyramids were built. The energy he says played a major part in how these pyramids and tunnels were created. When we got to the largest megalith in the tunnel, we all did a short meditation/energy session where we all put our hands over the large rock to feel its energy. A lady ...
... is actually the Dohány Street Synagogue. It was built in Byzantine-Moorish style in the middle of the 19th century and it´s supposed to be the largest synagogue in Europe and the second largest in the world. Unfortunately we had to refuse to enter the synagogue because it was way over too expensive (USD 13 per person).
On the way to the House of Terror Museum we had a quick lunch (kebab and pizza). Originally I was supposed to visit the House of ...
... at an Italian gelato shop and have a little ice cream. In this part of Budapest there are many restaurants, mostly Thai, Greek and Italian. Also Thai massage is popular. We finally find a more traditional restaurant serving Goulash and Paprika Chicken and had a meal washed down with a dark Hungarian beer.
Back on the ship we have been joined by about 100 newcomers--not many familiar faces and so the ship has a different feel to it. ...
... story and poorly maintained. The country seems poorer than the counties we have left behind. But, the sun is shining and the sky is blue with a number of clouds.
I think it is obvious that this was once a communist country where development and aesthetic beauty was forgotten.
As we approached Tatabanya we noticed that there was a lot of sandbags and as we got closer, we noticed the army and the soldiers ...