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... Nani a little silent message of love, knowing how thrilled she would be that her grandchildren had visited a piece of her life. On the way back in the cab, we all talked of how we missed Nani, and how this was a very strong connection to our family's history. For the thousandth time today, I felt so glad we had come to Budapest.
Back at the hotel, we rested for an hour and then walked to the restaurant to meet dad and Erica. He had researched a place ...
... was because the Russian army arrived before there was time to kill them all. The synagogue complex included other memorial and a museum, but this one touched us the most.
After dinner, we crossed over to the Buda side and walked up a hill to the Citadel for a spectacular view of the city at night. Then on to the Danube, where our night boat ride was preceded by eating the Pickled Cheese. It was pretty tasty, but at 9 at night, just a ...
We took advantage of the three hour free walking tour of Budapest this morning. Great to see all the sights and learn some background history. The only downside was the sweltering heat! We started at St Stephen's (first king of Hungary) church on the Pest side and ended up at the Royal Palace on the Buda side. The Chain Bridge connects Buda and Pest which are separated by the ...
... house in Budapest was built in direct comparison to the one in Vienna in an attempt to show it up. It was decorated beautifully, but my favorite part of the tour was actually learning about the aristocracy and how the behaved when they went to the Opera. We heard stories about young couples hiding from their parents in the smoking room, and commoners paying for seats that didn't even view the stage.
After the Opera tour we walked leisurely ...
... the Bible College, Stephen Michalik. On this visit specifically, I started to notice how everywhere In Budapest, the incredible art and architecture was contrasted and marred by the post-communist regime complexes. The realities of communism are still very fresh in the minds of many Hungarians. Until my travels, I had never observed what communism looked like on a practical level. Rows upon rows of housing complexes built exactly the same with no attention to detail ...