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... pedestrians, so it's not really a bridge to hang out on, it's just for crossing the river.
Directly on the other side of the river is where the Taschlich service was being held. For those who don't know what taschlich is- Rosh Hashana is the Jewish New Year. One of the traditions is to try to start off the year properly by getting rid of last year's sins and worries. Taschlich is when people get together by a body of water and throw bread into the water to ...
... troops - the Southern Group of Forces - started leaving Hungary. By July 1990, some 15,000 Soviet soldiers and their dependents had left, taking about 60,000 of the 560,000 tons of equipment they had stored there. There were 5,750 buildings left on the 60 ...
none the less. I suppose I am starting to feel that this is the last
week and it will be good to be home. Probably post Wagnerian
Late in the afternoon we were feeling
like a stroll so we caught the tram out to Margerite Island. This is
a 2 -3 Km long Iisland in the Danube with a large public park area,
many different sporting complexes and a cluster of hotels at one end.
It was a ...
... persecutors. He was later sainted and the hill was named In his honour. There's a beautiful waterfall, topped by a statue of him with a great lookout over the Elizabeth Bridge. Once we'd visited St. Gellert, we walked along the waterfront and we filled up our water bottles at the mineral spring fountain in front of the Gellert Hotel. Then we hopped on the tram to the Moricz Zsigmond transit hub, where we could pick up the bus to head up the hill. I remembered where the bus stop was, ...
... there was a pub crawl on the first night. It was fascinating. Ruin pubs are as the name suggests, located in run down buildings. These old stone buildings would be pretty rough if it wasn't for the walls which were painted in crazy colours with abstract images. Most places were filled with eclectic collections of strange artistic creations. The first pub we went to even had an upside down room. The third pub caused a bit of a stir ...