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... the city and while we didn’t get to check off some of the major “must-see” items, we still really enjoyed the city and wish we would have allotted a bit more time there. The architecture, just like Prague, is absolutely beautiful and the people were wonderful as well.
The next morning before heading to the airport we finally brought our packing tape saga to a close, but not without one more amusing event. After packing the box and arriving ...
... going on in here, no matter in which season you come. More than 100 museums welcome tourists with various exhibitions, the themes including fine arts, contemporary arts, science, history, gastronomy. The Hungarian Opera House on Andrássy avenue is not only cultural venue, but a beautiful architectural sight.
7. Plenty of Restaurants and Tasty Local Food - There are countless restaurants, bistros, taverns, fast food places, as well as international eateries. Although the ...
... to get too hot and we were getting worn out.
After I made dinner and we finished off our leftover wine, I started packing up all of our stuff. It was kind of sad, knowing that our trip was coming to a close but nice to know that we'd be home soon, in our bed and with all of our clothes/stuff.
Later in the evening, as we were watching TV, we heard what sounded like fireworks. I had to ...
... the range of his work, from music score covers cafe and music hall posters to portraits of actors, singers and other artists. Despite his aristocratic background, he felt more at ease with artists and performers who were more accepting- he had an illness which stunted his growth at an early age, making him under 5 feet tall. Jim's energy faded early today, so we didn't have too much time to spend in the rest if the museum before we ...
... behind our hotel. We also saw a
small citizens protest at the beginning of this square. There was an elegant
english speaking lady who explained to Chandini what's the protest about. The
government is planning to build a monument at the site which apparently
dedicated to the Holocaust and likely to say that they had no part in the Jews
genocide. The parliament has passed the bill fast as they have 2/3 majority and
got it done. Due to be opened on ...