Corvin Point Hostel
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... and walked the length of the island and had a delicious chicken pesto salad dinner in a small bistro. As we were leaving we heard some loud music and realised it was coming from the direction of the water fountains. We sat and had a lovely time getting a bit splashed with the cool water and watching the dancing colourful fountains, in time to the music. All the music was so great, some classical and well known modern songs, also a few from ...
... of the both the ethnic group and also the name of the their language. The country was originally founded by the seven Magyar tribe and was united by its first king St. Stephen who ruled from 1001-1038. It is a country with a rich history that was ruled by the Romans, Huns, Lombards, Slavs, the Ottoman Empire, the Austrians, the Nazis, the Soviet Union and finally gained its independence in 1991. Today, Hungary is a country of ten million people and part of the European ...
... in homework every week and one who has come once I think.
Since I am teaching in english the entire class is composed of international students, including several Brazilians, a handful of africans (from Kenya and Uganda, I think) and one Iraqi. There is one young woman that I thought was actually Hungarian, but Istvan has been referring to her as the Armenian girl. The Brazilians are undergraduates in Agricultural Engineering here as ...
We were welcomed aboard the MS AMAVERDE - our cruise ship for the next 18 days.
Arrived safely into Budapest had a wander around streets at Christmas markets after boarding. Great room and facilities.
We were given a mandatory safety and information briefing about using the boarding cards for the onshore excursions, newspapers, dining, entertainment on board and becoming aware of professional pickpockets. This information came from the Captain, ...
... it was the holidays and the synagogue was being used for its intended purpose, they weren't letting tourists in, but I did wander around the outside and see how incredibly huge and beautiful it was.
From there, I decided that I had spent enough time on the Pest side of the river, and it was time to check out Buda. The first "checking out" I did was really just enjoying the tram ride all along the riverfront. Whoever decided to put the town's prettiest ...