Vivaldi Apartments Budapest
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Budapest Keleti railway station (Hungarian: Budapest Keleti pályaudvar) is the main international and inter-city railway terminal in Budapest, Hungary. Known to locals and foreigners alike simply as the Keleti, the station stands at the end of Rákóczi Avenue and at ...
... cold mountain streams, a few houses...some older...some newer....farming....fields......a church...with a graveyard...and grave stones with Litvak as a last name! (Zuzanna Litvak was my great grandmother) My ggma and ggpa were buried in Canada, as they emigrated in 1892/1895 respectfully, but they both would have had parents and possibly brothers and/or sisters who married that would have been buried here in Slovakia. Obviously more work needs to be done! It was just ...
... it ended up being the same train with a number switch. Thankfully, we didn’t lose anyone and we arrived in Budapest at about 11pm. It worked out even more perfectly because since there were so many of us, we ended up getting an entire room in the hostel (12 beds) to ourselves. If you are ever in Budapest and need a hostel, I absolutely recommend the Goodmo Hostel. It’s on the fifth floor of a building near the river and it was perfect. It ...
... in Budapest. Poor people sold their houses for not much, then someone bought it and turned it into a bar, without making any modifications or repairs. So they're all a bit weird, with lots of rooms, smoking areas inside, 3 or 4 bars each and strange furniture. But apparently very trendy. I went home at about 2am, soaked and freezing. We'd lost half the group and Natan was making friends with anyone who'd stand still long enough. The others made it back about an hour later, as I ...
... parking up in the shade wasn't really an option for most of the day. When we built the van, we spent a lot of time ensuring it would be warm enough, but in hindsight not enough time was spent making sure it would keep cool. Our insulation worked a little too well. The temperature inside the van was unbearable at times, 40 to 45 degrees easily, hot enough to reduce entire blocks of cheese to fondue and melt our candles. Because of this, ...