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... to have this opportunity to connect with people and share the culture.
It was also kind of interesting to watch the passersby. Several tourists got a once-a-year surprise experience. Many stopped to watch and see what was going on. Some just took their pictures and left, while others stayed and watched, somewhat engrossed in the whole process.
After taschlich, I had thought that I had seen most of the "must-see" tourist things in Budapest, and started ...
... Burlakov (succeeded by Lt. Gen. Shilov), said that the troop withdrawals may be held up if the Hungarians refused to pay. The remaining 40,000 Soviet troops left Hungary, starting in March 1990, with the last leaving on June 19, 1991.
Saturday 14 June 14 Siegfried
A busy day today. We walked around to
a large commemorative park called Hero's Square, but our main focus
for the day was the opera Siegfried.
We had bought ticket months ago for
this 3rd component of Wagners Ring Cycle. At the time there were 3
tickets left so we bought 2 of them. They were in the same area of
the 2nd balcony but not together. The 2 tickets came ...
... our way through the crowd and made our way to the lookout point that has one of the best views of the city. I took several photos and then we headed up to the Freedom statue at the very top. Along the way were photos on the side of the actual fortress (citadel) dating from around the Second World War showing the city's bridges and buildings bombed out. At the very top of the hill, we reached the Freedom statue, holding her palm branch up to the sky. The statue was originally ...
... dish Langosch. It is a deep fried flat bread made of a dough and usually topped with sour cream, cheese, and pretty much whatever other meat and veges you desire. It was huge, and so breakfast quickly became lunch.
Lesson #3: Budapest is famous for its thermal baths, who knew!? probably most people, but not me.
What better way to spend an afternoon after walking around all morning and eating too much food than to ...