Hotel Nemzeti Budapest- MGallery Collection
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... dumplings, shelling out some 1,500 forint (only $5, don't worry), and eating possibly one of the best meals yet.
Then we went to this cave hospital museum. On the Buda side of the Danube river lies an extensive cave system, and into this cave system the Hungarians built a hospital to be used during WWII. It was used again during the Hungarian Uprising of 1956 (against good ole Communism), and then was fortified as a nuclear bomb ...
... translated part of it. (Unfortunately, we don’t remember her name!). I sat on the other side of Keith and just enjoyed watching the very expressive teacher talk, trying to see how many words I could pick out. He started by talking about the new family, and describing Blake and I was so focused on him, that I was caught completely by surprise when he turned to me and the translator told me to introduce myself. I just said that ...
... centuries of power struggle, there is an old and a new city. Slovakia got its independence in 1993, before that it was part of Czechoslovakia. Slovakia broke away as the economic relationship between Czech and Slovakia was not equitable or of mutual benefit. The money would be made in Slovakia and sent to Prague. Slovakia is growing faster than Czech today, the people are hard working and labour is cheap. Multinationals, like Google, are cottoning onto this and there is a ...
... into donating) so we went in through the exit and saved some dough. It was unusually dark inside, but one relic could be particularly well-lit for the low, low fee of 240 forint: the right hand of St. Stephen! How creepy is that? Right there in a weird display case made of gold and glass is the nearly 1,000 year old mummified hand of a dead guy. Apparently they even march it around the city on holidays. Gross. Our curiosity satisfied, we left the church and boarded ...
... Hapsburg rule, interspersed with world wars, and various kings and queens. With each period new aspects of the city were added - bridges, islands, palaces and houses of parliament. All in all, a very informative (and warm) cruise.
Got off the river boat, and we were immediately hit by the freezing temperature - must have been below freezing. It also seems like the whole population ...