Residence Green Lobster
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... history, this part of the world had various dictators and oppressors. The first part of the country's liberation story is fascinating and took place during the last few days of WWII. There was a radio broadcast sharing information about something the Nazis did not want citizens to hear so a troop of Nazis occupying the city at the time went to the broadcast building with the intention of stopping the broadcast. However, the building where the broadcast was coming from ...
... and spend time just wandering around. We found the "Lennon Wall", a mural/graffiti tribute to the former Beatle located in the artist/student area (Lennon never visited Prague). Followed this up with a light salad lunch in another riverside cafe. Back for a nap before our evening excursion.
This night we booked ourselves a sunset dinner cruise on the Vtlava River. The excursion started with a 45 minute bus tour of the Old and New ...
... did was climb up a watchtower at the end of the bridge. It was built in the 1300's, and I was pretty upset that the entire inside was plastered with graffiti. Do you really think anyone cares that you "wuz here" at some point? I was so mad I told Chelsea if she ever had a boyfriend that did that she'd better smack him. Then I saw etchings from people in the 1700's and 1800's. Apparently graffiti is ok once it hits the 100-year mark because I found the old stuff to be ...
... only lived a few years as he contracted tuberculosis. The main Terezin facility was a large community with numerous large buildings all inside double walls and a moat, used to house high ranking Jews - those with professions and education and offices some of whom were actually engaged in their vocation/profession. One of the moving things about this tour was the showing of a part of a film that was made by the propaganda department ...
... were from Buda and Pest and he doesnt know how they met, but he was sure glad they did. So I have some roots here in Budapest, and It feels really good to explore them.
We watched the sunset over the Buda hill looking over Pest. We headed down the hill and went back to Pest. It was time to eat and we headed back to the St. Stephen Basillica. In the square we found a tasty place where we could try some fresh Langos, which was also called communist pizza. From there we ...