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... with awesome glassy sculptures and so many doilies
that any grandparent would be in heaven. After the traumatic experience we
settle on getting some food and a slight walk home to the hostel to just hang
loose and relax in the arvo. We had planned to climb up the hill to the liberty
statue but we quickly abandoned that thought. When we checked back in and dumped
our stuff back on the ground, Briony who wasn’t feeling well had a sleep on the
top bunk. ...
... my book. They have parties here on Saturday nights which I find a bit strange. The water would be so dirty by the end, especially when the water is so warm! The world is a very small place. Twice I ran into people I had already met a few weeks ago. For all the people travelling in Europe over summer I run into people I've met! Please note that some photos have a story to go with them. Sometimes easier to explain things with the photo rather than here, ...
... for that much spinach) as well as the rest of our ingredients. We're feeling better with each shopping expedition there, getting to know who's produce is nicer, who has better prices. After we picked up a few more items at the CBA grocery store (including ice cream), we came home and I made the crepes. With part of the spinach I made a spinach and mushroom salad- yum! After that, it was time to hang out in the flat and watch the ...
... from the hotel down to the Danube for an up close view of the Chain Bridge and the Shoe Memorial. It honors the Jews who were killed by fascist Arrow Cross militiamen in Budapest during WWII. They were ordered to take off their shoes, and were shot by a firing squad at the edge of the water so that their bodies fell into the river. The memorial represents the shoes left behind on the bank--more examples of people's inhumanity.
... on the Buda side of the river were responsible for being lookouts and defending the city from this terrace. There are stairs leading down from the Bastion to the lower town, but we walked further south towards the Royal Castle, seeing the outline of a former church that was leveled by the Ally forces during the war and never rebuilt, and passing the residence of the President of Hungary (only two guards out front and his car was parked right out front of ...