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... Dictatorships. Definitely worth a visit. Following our trip to the museum we headed back towards the Danube to see the Houses of Parliament. Also outside the building stands a memorial to the Jews who were shot at the edge of the Danube so their bodies could be washed away during World War II. The memorial is very simple just small statues of shoes scattered along the edge of the riverbank. After a cultural ...
Today's adventure is Memento Park on the outskirts of the city. It's where many former Communist statues have been collected and put on display. We took the new Metro 4 line out to Kellenfold, where my grandparents used to live. It's a large, modern transit hub for buses, trams, trains and the metro. Once we emerged to street level, we had to figure out where to buy tickets. We finally found the Volanbusz ticket office, purchased tickets from a machine and then asked which bus stop ...
... but Bob stayed on his feet!
One day we took a ferry across the Danube,
(10 minutes), to Nagymaros, and
followed paths through the
southern Börzsöny Hills, rich in
‘romantic’ scenery of volcanic
origin. The volcanic rock structures were magnificent. From Hegyestet
(Alt. 482m/1,580ft), were magnificent views
of the Danube, the ...
... right and five more minutes. SO SIMPLE. The feel is a little different obviously it's going to be as we get more eastern. But the city itself is amazing! We arrived to our hostel hopped in the elevator, it went nowhere so we took the stairs! Kind of an old building, haha! We arrived and it is the cutest coziest hostel! It feels just like were in a home! There's four rooms and it holds 22 people! The reception is amazing and so helpful and they have a great kitchen ...
... fortress was. The climb took about 45 minutes and head wonderful views of the old city and bay below. It was a rewarding climb and provided awesome panoramic views of the entire area. We hung out at the top listening to some Bob Marley and taking in the atmosphere. We headed down and made it back into the old city. We felt accomplished and it was time to head back to Budva after a very nice day spent in Kotor. On the way back Courtney kept saying how she really wanted that ...