Today was the last day in Budapest for the exchange students from Augsburg. They began their day with my presentation on the United States of America, afterwhich I accompanied them to the recently opened Bunker Hospital. The castle hill in Budapest is criss-crossed with several kilometres of tunnels that have served different purposes over one thousand years. In the war torn twentieth century, one section of the tunnels was turned into a bunker and shelter, part of which served as a hospital. During the Cold War it was also prepared for the possibility of atomic attack. Part of these facilities have been opened to visitors this year. I also visited for the first time and I can decidedly say its well worth the visit. The students found it fascinating. Afterwards we bid goodbye to each other and they left by train to Munich.