Hotel Harom Gunar
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When I first arrived, I discovered that A Street Car Named Desire was playing at a small theatre near my hotel and that they did indeed have a ticket available for me. But, alas, the play was only in Hungarian. I thought, Why not? I know the storyline, this might be interesting. And indeed it did not disappoint. Fascinating not focusing on the words but rather on the gestures and expressions of the ...
... of people in traditional costume, brass bands etc so that was probably why all the hotels were full!
I had another lonely dinner which was sweetened by the fact I could watch the Olympics whilst eating, and then I went to bed hoping that the next day I would make it out of Hungary!
And thankfully I did…just about, after a 10 hour marathon journey, which was not trouble free! Oh how I love the Hungarian train system! ;)
... concert, looks very much like our malls, in fact a lot of american things. The concert was amazing and the dance girls were very impacting to the audience. Concert ended about 8:15 p.m. and we had dinner at 8:30, packed up the band equipment and headed back to the school dorms after everyone went to have ice cream (the third time for ice cream today), I guess it is very good. I haven't had any yet because it ...
... Meran (before the blue green Algae) and the muddy murky quality and you would get the idea. Now everyone was swimming in this but really I think we have been spoilt by the lakes of Austria and Croatia and we really thought that the pool was the better option!! Turns out we were right as after talking to another Mum she let me know that the water was poor quality and that alot of the younger kids had gotten quite sick with gastro!! Good call!
... I'm also not a fan of the sordid details of medieval punishment, so I didn't care much for the prison museum, although it was extensive if you like that sort of thing. I was surprised to learn that Hungary didn't have a standard Code of Justice until 1878. Before that time, the "law" was pretty arbitrary and the punishment was usually death rather than incarceration or even some form of physical abuse. The folk museum was definitely more interesting to me, although my ability to ...