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... instead. This beef was served rare and almost melted away in your mouth.
The wine was delicious and reminded us a lot of the Carrick Excelsior that we had at our NZ wedding.
14 - Elderflower sorbet as a palatte cleanser. This had an amazingly intense flavour and not only had the sweetness of the elderflower but the fresh kind of 'green' smell of a summer garden in it as well.
15 - Course eleven: Blatacke zlato, redcurrant and gooseberry served ...
... that Carmen was interested in was unfortunately sold out so what did we do... Found the mall the other pandora store was in! Again no castle charm as they were all sold out. Walking towards the exit Carm notices a small jewelry store that sells pandora and had her castle charm in the window!! Whoohoo!! (She bought it) Walking back towards the hostel Carmen decides she's hungry, we were meeting up with David later for dinner so she decided that she would get a bannock snack ...
... and came to 60 euros. The station is rather big and busy but very clean, organised, trains on time and signage easy to understand. There are several trains to Budapest every day; I will attempt to board the 7.35 am train which should arrive in Budapest about 7 hours later.
... the Platonic conception of “the care of the soul” is the core of
European civilization. Patocka would
become one of the first three spokesmen of Charter 77. In March 1977 he died after a lengthy and
brutal interrogation by the StB (the Communist security police). He was 70 years old.
After a little more meandering I met Adam Hradilek, of The Institute
... held for 2 weeks in May.
One of our couchsurfer friends, Jarred, ended up meeting up with us as we trammed / walked to the event location. The building was located on a park, which was very easy on the eye. There was seating outside as well as inside with red, white and blue banners along the roof tops (made us feel welcome).