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... history of politics in Hungary. History buffs may already know this, but Hungary was overtaken by both Germany and the Soviets during WW II. Following WWII, Hungary became a communist state and remained so until 1989. This volatile political history resulted in many atrocities committed against the people of Hungary, which are well documented in the Terror House. The building itself was home to the party headquarters of both the Nazis and ...
... parties taking advantage of a little rule-bending over election time to get the homeless votes.
I confess, it's been a constant, inward struggle of morals since the day we first set foot in this country, but for all the lame excuses that are out there, one cannot help but be moved with compassion. One cannot do nothing.
Homelessness is beyond question a very obverse and physical need (with many other strings ...
... There were also barges which were obviously the homes of the barge drivers. One we saw had two cars on the back and at the front pretty curtains on the windows suggesting that this was the home end. In the middle the business part of the rig, but what it was carrying is open to speculation.
Pedalling on such a beautiful day was easy and we stopped at a couple of points to marvel at the views – green, green fields, the river, typical ...
... of kids and went to find somewhere else to sit?
Eventually, she was able to communicate that she had reserved all the seats in this car. I thought, ok, fine, I’ll go find somewhere else – I might not get a whole room to myself but I’ll just have to deal. No such luck. The train was COMPLETELY full. And in fact, the hallways outside of the rooms were also completely full of people with their luggage just sitting there because there was ...
... around 20 euros each. We were all really excited and couldn't wait until Sunday! Before coming on this trip we had also checked out things to do and one of the first things that popped up was the thermal bath parties that take place year round all through the night, so we decided to go check it out. It was actually really expensive to get in and it was a little awkward for the first few hours because everyone there was drunk besides us. Some of the EuroAdventures people showed ...