Budapest Easy Flat
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... pool which was around 25 degrees with waves every half hour. Tuesday Another 40 degree day scheduled, so we went to the most popular thermal baths, szechenyi.This has more pools but most of which are inside, 3 outside but only 2 which are cold & 1 of those you just wear a swimming cap. We Definitely enjoyed gallert more. Wednesday Yet another 40 degree day, ...
... in the inner circle and 16 in the middle and outer, so it barely lights the room and is supported by four dome lights on the walls. It is all paved in dark prown stone. You can barely see the features of people on the other side of the pool, which is probably 15 metres in diameter.
Initially it was only us and a dozen or so locals. Then three Japanese, three young Poms and a couple of other tourists arrived. The ...
... returned to the food court in the basement having determined that this mall really doesn't have a restaurant, and had to deal with ordering at three establishments (Burger King for Sam, KFC for Blake, and the Gyros place for Laura and me), before running home because Erika had called to ask if we would be home to meet with her and Laci. That meeting ended up getting canceled because it was so late when we got home, but Laci still dropped off a ...
... planned ourselves.
On to Budapest in Hungary! A few girls studying abroad at Maynooth and I arrived in Budapest on October 23 and soon realized how hard it was to get around since we did not know any Hungarian! This was the first culture shock I have ever experienced. I truly felt like an outsider. It was terrifying at the train station near the airport to figure out how to get our tickets and had a ...
... do awesome sculptures and installations... that is all.
The Wine Festival was huge, and outdoors, while it wasn't raining while we were there, it had been raining, and there were a number of people in their gumboots. Gumboots seem to be a very fashionable fashion thing here. I drank a bunch of roses and prosecco roses, N drank a bunch of reds.
There were a bunch of food stalls there, I decided on pork hock and cabbage, while N had goose and ...