St. George Residence in the Buda Castle
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... the Government, led by a Communist Party reformer, Imre Nagy. At one point it looked as though appeals for reform might work, but instead, the Soviets send in tanks to crush the uprising. In the end 2,500 were dead, thousands sent to the Gulag and over 200,000 fled to the West. The museum is as much for Hungarians as it is for tourists. Our next visit was to the Castle and the Matthias Church on the Buda side. We took a bus over the Chain Bridge and up the hill to the castle. ...
... 1st and 11th Districts. Gellért Hill was named after Saint Gerard who was thrown to death from the hill. The famous Hotel Gellért and the Gellért Baths can be found in Gellért Square at the foot of the hill, next to Liberty Bridge. The Gellért Hill Cave is located within the hill, facing toward ...
... died, while the rest of his body disintegrated, his right hand stayed intact. That hand is housed in a small ornate container in the chapel and (the hand is) brought out for processions on holy days.
We also found a small supermarket nearby for some necessities (bottle of water and bottle of wine) and will visit a larger one tomorrow.
It’s nice to be warm and see blue skies and to be in this beautiful city. ...
... of the working classes So quite controversial for his time. I really liked his ink wash works. Walked back with Jenny and Maggie across the bridge and went into the Four Seasons Hotel which is very upmarket Then ambled back through town and found a great outside bar and had Apelo Spritz a gorgeous long orange coloured drink Solved the problems of the world Lovely girly chat. Had dinner in Astoria which was ...
... He'd been brought up in Germany and had worked in the New York Stock exchange for years making 'millions' before getting bored and coming back to Europe to become a glorified travel agent for rich Russians. He had a slightly camp german accent, tinged with Russian inflections and accompanied by wild hand gestures, probably a relic from his Latin ancestors. At first glance he seemed an interesting and engaging figure, full of confidence and backed up by an interesting work ...