Danubius Hotel Flamenco - Budapest
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... Pest were two separate cities divided by the Danube until 1873. Now, there are bridges combining the two sides, but there are distinct differences between Buda and Pest and today, we stayed on the Pest side. We started by visiting the Central Hall Market, which is a very large covered market. I was in my glory seeing all the fresh, crisp produce. We walked through the entire market, much more interested in the food than souvenirs, and then chose a few fruits ...
... her that her bike had been delivered and was nearly ready for pick-up. She was so exited :). On arrival we took a catalogue and went to to sit in the park to wait for them to finish the assembly, while browsing for a bicycle for me. They really had a ...
... was really quite moving and when Shira saw the little botties of a child, it all became very real for her.
Following this we went to the Parliament area and walked around to look at buildings. It looks very similar to the Houses of parliament in London.
Then we took the subway under the river and walked up to the castle district. This was quite a walk but the views we saw as ...
... part ways with Jen and Sarajevo. We took a walk to a view point overlooking the city for one last look. Then we gathered our bags and Courtney did a little last minute shopping before we got a taxi to the bus station. We bought a bus ticket to Split, Croatia, and waited at a cafe for a couple hours before the bus left. We passed back into Croatia for the second time and arrived in Split in the evening. We got a taxi to the national theater and arrived at our hostel. Outside of ...
... was Yugoslavia encompasses much of what was the heart of the Balkan Ottoman Empire and is a treasure trove rich in architectural history and cultural diversity. The Turks had divided the region into separate provinces called Vilayets for administrative purposes. Some of the provincial capitals such as Pristina, and Skopje are today modern day capitals of their respective countries.
A typical ...