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... for 11am the next day.
In the morning, we headed out for the tour and met our guide nino at the national theater at 11. Nino was a fast talking mid twenties guy that knew so very much about his city. He gave us a great 3 hour walking tour of the city and told us all about the history. He told us about the war and how people survived and died during it. We all learned a lot about Sarajevo and at the end we invited Nino to come join us for sheeshah later that night. The ...
... myself because Gonzalo was already there during his visit 3 years ago. Nevertheless, due to the main national holiday (20th of August) all museums could be entered free of charge. So finally even Gonzalo decided to enter for a while. The building used to serve as the headquarters of the National Socialists (Hungarian fascists) in 1944, and for several decades after 1945 as the base for the political police (ÁVH), who were engaged in persecuting opponents of ...
... currency, so had to purchase some Hungarian dollars....took out $100 and that was 28000 forints, so is a little hard to get one's head around the big numbers.
So not a lot of action today and this will be the last internet connection until on the boat tomorrow afternoon, so probably no report for a couple of days....trust you don't withdrawal effects from not having any Smyth travels to catch up on.
... because they don’t want to be known as annoying vermin), which are separated by the Danube River. We started our tour in the Pest side and crossed the bridge to the Buda side where Castle Hill and Fisherman’s Bastion (or fisherman’s basket as we like to call it) are found. It was certainly worth going up the many steps for the view of Budapest.
We spent the rest of the afternoon exploring the town. Lesley insisted on shouting us ...