7x24 Central Hostel
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... cruising down the main road on a scooter. Haven’t seen many kids on scooters though.
Migrants? What Migrants?
The day before we arrived in Hungary, Germany and Austria were about to shut their borders, so on this day there was a mad rush by Hungary to bus all remaining refugees in their custody to the border before the deadline. When we arrived the following day there was only fragments of the refugees left - a few tents, ...
... when I rang the bell to get my host out of bed to let me in.
The only way that I can look at the experience and not get angry, is to realise that it was all my fault really. It was silly of me to expect to have the ability to buy food and water on a long train trip. I have two more long train trips before this journey ends, and for those I will be carrying enough food and drink to last a week ( I don't care if they say a dining car is ...
Tonight, dinner is with our friend Gabriela Dolinska, a crew member from our Azamara Panama Canal cruise in 2008. I will be able to impress her with my new grasp of the Hungarian language- more on that later.
We stopped for a uszonna (snack) right along the river. Andrea would be so proud of me, as I ordered my wine in Hungarian and had my first Hortobágyi palacsinta. Tim had traditional Gulyás soup.
We attended ...
... and Gabor (Erika called this morning to ask for their game back that we had borrowed, to play while her son is in town. Gabor has been in the hospital with a mystery illness that Erika brought back from one of her trips, but he is recovering at home now). We spent a good bit of time trying out different arrangements to et the bike into the car, but in the end we were able to get the bike and two boys in the back so that we could drive ...
... the buildings, including one of a mother holding her child at the cliff of the hill, and one of a soldier being ready to fight on horseback.
I slowly tracked myself down the hill the same way and was looking for something to eat, since I had skipped Breakfast. On the way, I could see the Hungarian Parliament Building looking majestic over the Danube, and it was one of the main sights I wanted to see during my stay in Budapest. The detail was amazing, but I would ...