Ibis Budapest City
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Editor: "Budapest met all the expectations about an ex-communist state. After Prague I was concerned that the west had overrun the whole universe but no... Vestiges of the east remain. We had considered missing Budapest with the changes in our arrangements but, after all we had the guide book, and I didn't think I'd be back jn this part of the …
... between us as we had roast duck waiting for us. Didn't get back to the house until past 8pm so was an extremely long day for all.
Next day we travelled in the opposite direction to Zsilvasvarad. This area is a National Park and has a train ride up the valley and we walked back down, very relaxing. Decided to have a pizza for lunch. Mistake 1, we should have only ordered one between us. Zsuzsi's father, Zoltan went missing for awhile then his wife's phone ...
... stop which was across the Danube. Luckily the devil was not chasing us as we took a leisurely cycle across the Chain Bridge towards the tram stop. It soon became apparent to me why we were not being chased today as no-one in their right mind would take on the hills we were, either while cycling or walking. I am sure our follower just went WTF and ...
... stop traffic and a diplomatic entourage came barrelling into the square. There was a small ceremony where a wreath was placed next to several others at the base of the central statue. Then, after shaking several peoples hands, the diplomat got back into the car and his entourage roared back down Andrassy street. We're not sure what it was but it was interesting to stumble across it. We wandered back towards our end of the city ...
... political police.” I am the ignorant American that was clueless s about the torture, brutality and man’s inhumanity to man that went on at this building for decades/generations after the end of WWII and the beginning of Soviet occupation. It was hard to see, hard to truly comprehend how many people were killed. The Nazis tried to wipe out the Jews and the Soviets tried to wipe out the ...