Royal Route Residence
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Pets allowed
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... our path takes us past Soviet era monuments, museums, churches, palaces, embassies, and sprawling parks. Before we know it the light is fading and we are once again in the midst of throngs enjoying the lights and sights in the Old Town. We grab a quick dinner at a traditional Polish restaurant near our hotel, and head in for the night at about 8pm. Tomorrow it will be time to begin our long journey ...
... which I will mention more later!
I think the real highlight is I'm able to sit here and say if I went back 6 months to arriving in Budapest (and boy how I wish I could) I wouldn't do anything differently, which I think says it all really!
Any scary moments?
Of course there are some, but thankfully they have been few and far between, and all transport related!
• Nearly missing the train to Kluczbork- This would have resulted in an ...
... individuals into becoming emotional towards the Holocaust. It is important to see in order to understand, however I think the understanding generated from a graphic image is not useful unless the viewer seeks it for purposes beyond shock value. People's suffering should not be an attraction, even if it depicting people of your own heritage. I just really believe it takes away from the integrity of the history and the legacy of the Holocaust.
... and having no idea where you are or how to get to the next stop.
We got to the hostel and they acknowledged they had made a mistake. Instead of having two people (me and Amanda) in a four person hostel room, they had a private room for us. Also we got a private bathroom. This was nice and since we had only paid for one night, I asked her if we could stay another night and she said yes. We asked if the same, private room was available. She confirmed it was ...
... no shortage of big companies. As you walk out of the train station the first thing you see is a Marks and Spencer sign and as you look up you see AXA Insurance and other big names.
The bus route included a lot of Jewish history which I think I have almost had enough of. It is everywhere. The weather held off for a few snaps from the bus and surprisingly the windows did not fog up too much.
After the tour we walked back ...