Evergreen Bed And Breakfast Budapest
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Our apartment in Budapest was in the Jewish quarter where there are lots of funky bars and restaurants to keep us well fed and watered, including a number of "Ruin Bars". These are bars set up in derelict buildings so they create lots of interesting spaces. One of our favourite spots was in a "passage" leading off the street we were staying in where there were dozens of interesting bars and restaurants for us to ...
... the noisy city streets, he declared that he liked living in our small country town much better. Blake just kept saying that he did not see how they could fit a park anywhere in such a busy city. Things got better once we arrived in the park and we got away from the cars and found trees and playgrounds and eventually the ice skating rink. It was a long walk, and there was a lot of whining by many members of the family before we finally reached ...
Rich (n Single) Russell rocks Budapest (explanation later)
By a Mere Lazy Spectator
About a year ago I mentioned to my long term 'paddling buddy/guru' that Bruce and I might be going to Europe and to visit Budapest. "I've always wanted to run the Budapest Marathon" he said...as we joked about meeting up there in 2014.
As our private plan grew, whenever I saw Mr Marathon I would give a brief update and little known to ...
Wednesday 25 June 2014 Budapest
Cool cloudy with some rain 20C
This morning we were collected at 8.30 by Ildiko's son Adam and his girlfriend Sophie to take us to Lake Balaton. Ildiko is a friend from golf in Sydney who had invited us to come to her home in the country by Lake Balaton.
The journey was around 1½ hrs, she and her husband Alex have a vineyard and newly built house overlooking the lake, and it ...
... maybe two vowels per sentence. Very difficult to read the street signs. Which really aren't on sign posts, they're stuck to the corners of buildings - usually. And the streets change names before the street ends. Cross the street, and presto, a new street name.
But I'm lucky to be travelling with the local map queen. Darlene is the Ferdinand Magellan of street navigation. (Until we get ...