Promenade City Hotel
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... of small statues and carvings on the building's facade was amazing. I walked all around the building and the sun started to shine behind the clouds, and it was the first glimpse of sun I was to see in Europe. (I would have to wait another 10 days to see the sun again).
By then, my feet was getting tired. I had walked around 5km already,and wanted to just lie down, so I made my way back to the hostel, with many photographic breaks. There was just so many things ...
... the inside and outside of the victims as well as the victimizers. There are some powerful displays on how the various regimes came to power and kept their power. Even the elevator that brings you down to the basement where people were tortured is a powerful, artistic exhibit. Nothing is too grotesque, but it still gets across the point. I am glad that I visited this.
After the Terror House, I wandered towards downtown again, and stopped to see the Great ...
... breathing. She found the doctor quickly. He gave her a shot and was 100% better in 5 minutes. She's better today. Maybe with all the mediation she's taking she is finally getting ahead of it . We also toured St Stephens and the Hungarian Parliament building. We also found a local restaurant and had a very interesting meal! Last night we had a nighttime cruise as a farewell to the city. Today we left ...
... for several days in the Balaton Lake area in Hungary where he knew we would find decent camping, excellent quiet rural cycling and some time to sit and reflect on where we had been and what we had done in the past 3 weeks.
Eastern Europe was lovely for the lack of people and crowds and slickness. It was refreshing in that way. We always made sure we visited the smaller shops that were run by local artists with beautiful artwork made by the artists in ...
... to get to the caving site, just outside of the city. Time to (in the words of Barney Stinson) suit up! We put on our ever so sexy caving gear at headed for the caves.
Anyone who is spending time in Budapest, I highly recommend this experience. I would describe it as a combination of rock climbing and being slowly sat on my a giant. Manuvering through small spaces, climbing up slippery hills, sliding down rock slides, it was truly ...