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... and its Soviet-imposed policies. After announcing their willingness to negotiate the withdrawal of Soviet forces, the Soviet Politburo changed its mind and moved to crush the revolution. On November 4, 1956, a large joint military force of the Warsaw Pact, led by Moscow, entered Budapest to crush the armed ...
... on our way a man came along telling us about the dining car and how good it was. We found the conductor so he could lock our door - oh, forgot to say that we had to hand over our Eurail passes to said conductor at the beginning of the trip. Off to the dining car! Mmm - several men, most smoking and a couple a bit inebriated. The non-smoking section was at one end i.e. 2 tables long, and the smoking section was 2 tables long plus the ...
... domed building. The ceiling again covered in detailed frescos. Apparently the main sight here is a mummified hand of St Stephen. We didn't go to see that...! One thing I have noticed here is that they seem to love their statues. Almost every street corner is adorned by a statue of a some man. A variety of politicians, artists and an American president. Random. At 4pm it was time to head back to the airport. Weekend over already! We opted for a taxi again, rather than try ...
The ship trip was over this morning and we all 143 passengers disembarked.
The organization to get us all off with all our luggage going in different directions was an amazing accomplishment in logistics and it all went off without a hitch.
We left the ship at 12.45 and went by taxi to our lovely small 2 bed roomed apartment with excellent internet.
As the boys stayed on the ship minding our luggage Judy and I went to the Opera House to get tickets to Verdi's ...
... mean that these pyramids are the largest and oldest in the history of the world that we know. At the end of the tour, Sam gave us a ride to the bus station in Visoko, so we could catch a bus back to Sarajevo. We thanked him so much for the amazing tour. All we had to pay was 5 euro for the entry fee into the tunnels. We felt so lucky that we got the opportunity to explore the pyramids with the actual guy who had discovered them.
Back in Sarajevo, we headed straight to ...