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... chocolate which had bits of fruit in it and extremely thick and rich. The best thing ever! Later she drove me to Devin the junction of the rivers Morava and Danube where Slovakia and Austria meet. There are old ruins from the Castle Devin as well as some sad stories from history. Later, after checking out the new national theatre precinct, we headed to ...
- UFO bridge – whacked out 50-year-old communist architecture
- Jewish section destroyed by the communists—no old synagogue left
- "Watcher" (Man at work) and other accessible, fun, quirky sculpture
... wine, and slept wonderfully in our huge Marriott apartment (complete with HBO!! Ryan and I watched movies in ENGLISH!). The next day brought more rain and clouds. To warm up, we went to Budapest's famous thermal baths -- a completely new and very bizzarre experience. After milling around the lobby and trying unsuccessfully to read Hungarian (a completely indecipherable and unpronounceable language), we entered Europe's largest bath house. I don't know about you, but I don't ...
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Parfais pour une premiere arrivée avant la longue embardée des auberge de jeunesse!
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