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... paved pathways, and there are tons of spots for people to just sit and enjoy the nature. I saw tons of groups just chilling on the grass, joggers, and couples strolling hand-in-hand.
I did not visit the zoo or sports parks that are on the island, so without them, it basically just becomes a really pretty park.
Then, it was time to go caving. In the spirit of this trip full of wandering and making decisions last-minute, I didn't remember ...
... Offensive took place in September 1944. As the Hungarian army ignored the armistice with the USSR (signed by the government of Miklós Horthy on October 15, 1944), the Soviets fought against the Hungarian troops and their German allies, capturing the capital on February 13, 1945, and continuing ...
... Various groups, including Jewish
groups, are demolishing the new statue as it goes up. Apparently the
pedestal has been rebuilt 6 times to date. Many seem to be claiming
that this monument is destined for memento park at the next change of
The statue we climbed up to see was
a particularly impressive lady holding a palm leaf. It was erected
after the liberation by the Russian forces at the ...
... up having brekkie in Costa, which was good. While looking in the mirror of the Costa toilet, it was only then I realised how sunburnt my nose was - yes mum I had suncream on! After a quick bite we had a stroll round the market stalls, then headed towards the river. There's a sculpture of children's shoes down by the river that we have been wanting to go and see but it's never been the right time, we thought today would be perfect. But, ...
... feet are the softest they've been since we began walking. Miss Krys will be making a guest appearance and discussing the massages later. Heheh.
After our relaxing day, it was off to the market (similar to St Lawrence in Toronto more than the Fredericton or Sydney ones) to pick up some surprises for the people back home. Then back to the hotel where we are packing and prepping for the next part of our adventure...which starts with a 3:45am pickup for the ...