Firstapartments Inn City Center
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... 8221; era, where the then soviet leader realised that a revolt was imminent and some privileges were reinstated. State channels used cartoons to reinforce propaganda and talent shows became popular. Interestingly, the talent shows used electricity usage as a voting mechanism! If you liked a talent on TV, you would switch on all the lights in the house. If you didn’t like a particular talent, you would run around and switch all the lights off, ...
We left Vienna at the usual time of 7.30 and rolled into Budapest, Hungary mid-morning. We drove straight to the lookout and watched a traditional dance/folk music troupe in full costume. We also gazed out over the Danube River, which splits this city into the twin towns of Buda and Pest. Again, this medieval city is beautiful and is renowned for its natural hot springs that bubble up into health spas. After a stuff-up with the ATM (I nearly took $1200 AUD out ...
... and Sam to the left, while I found more snacks for Blake (lunch was apparently not good today). Sam returned shortly since no one had gone with him, but he did indicate that he thought he had seen a white rectangle, which could have been a trail marker background. Grandpa, meanwhile, disappeared from sight and soon we heard loud grunting in the same direction. When he came back, he reported not finding any signs of the trail, but did want to know if wild boars could ...
... get some snaps and see what the deal was, next morning we read that it was about internet tax with 30,000+ people in attendance. It passed without incident which is good.
With the excitement of the protest out of the way we continued on our quest to nowhere, our next sight was that of St. Stephen's Basilica which with it's vast cupola topped roof and beautiful architecture would give many other churches in Europe a run for their money.
After the Basilica we ...
... None of the employees wanted to deal with her again without her going to the back of the line and waiting her turn again, but this woman wouldn't budge from the glass partition (regardless if other customers were there getting help) trying to speak with the employees. She kept saying if she waits again, she'd be waiting an hour, yet she kept so many waiting this long! Finally security escorted her out - it was definitely entertaining for us.
At night, Garyn wanted ...