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... Pergamon museum - it was amazing how they had reconstructed ancient cities and bought then back to life. The most impressive exhibits were the Pergamon Alter and the Ishtar Gate from Babylon. When I exited the museum I got my first rain for Europe - but never fear because I discovered Primark hahah. When I finally made it back to my hostel I realised very quickly I was in an interesting place. The dynamic of my room included - * a 19yr old American soldier stationed in Germany with ...
I'm feeling much better...maybe it was just a lack of greens...last night I made broccoli, now that we are in an AirBnB apt.
Yesterday we went on a hop-on, hop-off bus, but with no camera.
At night we went to a nightclub where someone we met on the train was the DJ. He played contemporary African music...some of it sounded like James Brown. Of course, we got there when it started, 10pm and ...
... were red columns that reminded me of the Pantheon. There were also several domes lighting the place, and it looked very serene the way the light shined through them. In the back of the Basilica was a chapel that holds a case with the hand of St. Stephan. It is extremely visible, and many Hungarians come visit this site as a pilgrimage since he played an enormous role for the nation.
Finally after out visit to the Basilica, our time in Budapest had run out. We ...
... think of the 'no mans land' with snipers and mines that existed between East and West then this wall was high enough. For me, one of the most poignant areas is Bernauer Str - this street was split down the middle - with families and neighbours separated overnight. Their parish church now in 'no mans land' surviving the rest of the war only to be destroyed in 1987 !
2711 stellae commemorate ...
... him that the prince no longer loves her. The prince and the princess come into the garden, and the prince confesses his love for her. When Rusalka intervenes and rushes into his arms he rejects her. Vodník warns the prince of the fate that awaits him, then disappears into the water with Rusalka. The prince asks the princess for help but she laughs at him and tells him to follow his bride into hell. Act III Rusalka sits by the lake once again, lamenting her fate. ...