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... in September of 84. The Hungarian government performed major renovation work on it from 1980 to 1984. It is a beautiful building and considered to be one of the architect’s masterpieces. Its design is neo-Renaissance with elements of baroque. The main auditorium holds 1261 seats. The house is in use today with a season that runs from September to June. We took a tour of the building and all of its marble columns, gilded vaulted ceilings, murals, ...
... had a few hours if driving ahead of us, so we left Slovakia and drove towards Hungary. We hit peak hour traffic coming into Budapest but eventually made it to our campsite which was in the Buda hills. We were greeted with a free beer and a beautiful tree covered campsite. We drank our beers, cooked some dinner and fell into bed, knowing that our next day was going to be a big one! Em. Ps. Joe has painstakingly added photos to all of the old blog posts for anyone that is interested ...
... were required to remove their shoes before being shot at the bank, so the memorial is a line of bronze shoes that were left behind. Moving in an unconventional kind of way, it reminds us of all of the history that exists here and the terrible things that occurred during the war. A little further along the river and we came to the grandiose parliament building with it's symmetrical design and central dome - what a building!
The Danube was full of ...
Today was our first day on the cardiology floor. Maresci (goes by Maria?) was the cardiac nurse who led us around. Beve and Vicky were the two nursing students who accompanied us and played the "interpreter" role for both sides. We spent the majority of our time being toured around and got to observe just how differently (and in some cases similarly) they do things from us in America. Although it was a little boring not doing hands on activities the whole time, it was nice to take ...
Time to leave Vienna, and Austria, one of my favourite countries. Another reasonably short driving day today, first stop was Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, a relatively new country formed when Czechoslovakia split into two countries.
The weather in Bratislava was quite miserable, windy with falling snow as we visited the local castle to take photos, wasn't much of a view so returned to the bus pretty quickly.
Had a couple of hours to kill ...
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