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... importance. One again the package gave us 2 different routes plus a river cruise. Budapest is divided into 2 by the River Danube. The older and hillier side is 'Buda' and the flat side with wider streets, trams and the main shopping and business district is 'Pest'.we were both more taken by the hilly side with the historic buildings and Castle. Unfortunately sightseeing buses usually have no roof and we were both getting more and ...
Throughout our Budapest trip one of the main things we wanted to see was the shoe memorial on the waterfront ( our poor Segway guide must have been sick of hearing about the shoes on our tour!). On the edge on the Danube are bronze shoes of all shapes and sizes made as a memorial to those killed under the Nazi regime and Occupation. It is said that they were shot on the edge of the river tied together in twos; only one was shot but they ...
... pool where it wasn't as hot and it had a really big and fast whirlpool which gave me a nice bruise on my back. Around two we decided that it was time to leave, we got changed and walked back to the bus stop. We had just missed the bus so we had to wait for a whole hour in the freezing cold. Our bus finally came and it took us to where we needed to get off for market hall. We had to walk for a while though and we were really tired. ...
... Tripper until about 5am, drinking and talking. Davor invited us to stay with him in Zadar, Croatia when we made our way out that way, and I agreed to come see him.
The next day we woke up feeling a little fuzzy, and enjoyed the really good breakfast that was provided by the hostel. We made toasted hard boiled egg and cheese sammys and made some tea, along with some cereal. After awhile we went out to explore the city. We took a bus into the city center. We saw many cool ...
... was buzzing, despite the rain.
By the end of the mall, Cam wasn't feeling to good (as I mentioned above), so he headed back to the hostel, while I continued walking the rest of the afternoon. These took me passed the Old Palace, New Palace and the Belgrade Palace, on the way to St. Sava Temple.
This temple/church, call it what you will, is the largest Orthodox Cathedral in the world. As shown by the pictures, as I struggled to get it all in the photo. Inside was just ...
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