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... of going out were ended after eating so much that all we wanted to do was sleep. We didn't go hungry in Hungary. The following day was relaxing as we are returning to Budapest to explore more in a couple months. Spent a couple hours at the house of terror which was used as a political prison during World War Two. The history is very sad and stories told by victims of this time was hard to listen too. More history to learn as we continue on to Polland ...
... and surveyed the city from that great height. Returning to hotel we eventually were escorted to our ship, we have a lovely cabin and every luxury provided. We unpacked then went to the welcome talk. Dinner was lovely as was to be expected but better than the cruises we have been on before. A pleasant table then retired to the lounge where we joined another couple with fascinating history and travel experience. And so to bed, what a fantastic day. May 15th. Budapest. We awoke to ...
... language again. Since arriving in Canada it had been easy to communicate, first in English then in Dutch but now we are in German territory. The German language is not too hard to follow for the kids, Polish, Slovakian and Hungarian are a bit more complicated for all of us. We do manage to have a good time though.
A big part of the recent history in East Europe is about World War I and II, and of course the Cold War. We have been able to teach the ...
... the nearest large pool. Was like a nice warm bath, not too hot. There was other pools hotter but we didn’t really want to get out. The pool had different areas of heat and the centre was a ring which people had turned into a whirlpool. We couldn’t resist but go and get carried away by the current. There were also a few jets and fountains. Was interesting to see when one person left a jet how quickly someone took it. It was like they were ...
... except the ones that are actually part of a building) and placed them in a heap. This messy pile of concrete and rebar, far away from the centre of town, is now a memorial. I think that is a fitting way to end this blog. The people of Hungary were able to get on with the business of living. They have a beautiful city and a vibrant, exciting feeling about their future.
If I can.... I will go back to Budapest.
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Very nice and centrally located
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