Tulip Inn Budapest Millennium
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Budapest was very similar to Prague. Very beautiful. It is a city spaced over the Danube river. On one side you have Bude and the other side you have Pest.Bude is mostly residential and pest is touristy although there are places to see in both. We stayed in a hostel in Pest. On day one we went on a walking tour. We walked up to the palace in Buda which is seriously stunning and houses the museums. We went to the wheel in elsibeth square, to the markets ...
... regretting it by now. After a short walk we arrived at the cruise boat and were amazed that everyone was going into the cabin area and not sitting outside. We immediately asked if we could sit outside, and even though the serving staff were surprised they ...
We started off the day by going inside St. Stephen's Basilica to see the interior- beautifully ornate with gold leaf and marble. In a side chapel is the right hand of St. Stephen, apparently miraculously preserved since 1038. The pipe organ was being tuned while we were there, in preparation for a concert tonight, if we didn't already have tickets for the ballet, we would have gone. We'll try to catch another concert.... The next stop was the Jewish synagogue, as it ...
... br> In the morning, we hung out with Anna and Marco and their young friend Nikolai. I really got a chance to see how large Marco's moonshining operation really was. He was making rakija for all his friends and it was impressive. We said goodbye to our friendly hosts and Marco gave us a ride to the bus stop, where we grabbed a bus to the capital city called Zagreb. In Zagreb I let Courtney guide us and she led us to the train station where we bought a ticket to the capital ...
... 2007 and this time am travelling deeper into the Balkans.
Some claimed during the Bosnian war of the 90s that it was not worth defending as no such country every existed. However, this entity can be traced back to the middle ages before the arrival of the Ottomans and has had a continued presence until it was swallowed into the Austrian Empire in the 1870s and then amalgamated into Yugoslavia.