AGE Budapest Youth Centre
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... outside for an hour and a half), but I wouldn’t let them stop playing! Eventually it got dark enough, that I let them stop and said thank you very much to the mom and headed inside. I still have no idea who this family is!
All in all a very good afternoon, and the boys were nice and tired and ready to do homework, but I wish I could just upload some Hungarian words to my brain. I feel like such an idiot all of the time!
... trap type ornaments and other items. So in hindsight if we would have just made our way a few more feet into the market we probably would have had an amazing lunch but it was still a lot of fun to wander the square and mingle with all of the locals and tourists alike kicking off the holiday season.
We continued to wander the maze of narrow streets in this part of Prague, only to find that these Christmas Markets had popped up everywhere. Very similar ...
The evening began to take a turn for the strange when the waiter became thoroughly confused that the women were prepared to order a bottle of wine rather then individual glasses. This confusion persisted even after he had prepared the three glasses of wine and inquired whether or not he should leave the bottle at the table. For the women this was disconcerting since up until this point they had had little or no ...
... the Basilica!
How to sum up our trip? It was incredible to experience my home country with my husband for the first time- to see Hungary through his eyes and for him to see what my heritage is. I'm very grateful that we are able to travel together as much as we can, experiencing new cultures and better understanding other people lives, feelings and experiences.
Viszontlatas (Farewell) Budapest!
... into donating) so we went in through the exit and saved some dough. It was unusually dark inside, but one relic could be particularly well-lit for the low, low fee of 240 forint: the right hand of St. Stephen! How creepy is that? Right there in a weird display case made of gold and glass is the nearly 1,000 year old mummified hand of a dead guy. Apparently they even march it around the city on holidays. Gross. Our curiosity satisfied, we left the church and boarded ...