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... off peak hours. I've been in to do some English too and used the metro. The newest line goes close to the office.
So far this week it's been about refining camp life, exploring the immediate surrounds and going to work. Tomorrow however, Dave has a site visit. I have no work so will head in to revisit the tourist sites in this charming city. It is definitely one of my all time favourites so far, especially when the temperatures are above 20C.
... everything up! And the stupid winter gloves, which Blake has been asking for because they play outside a lot at school (sliding down the steep, icy, muddy bank; there are apparently no rules at this school). I have determined that the gloves and the new camo hat from Grandma Charlotte were never packed, because Blake took them out of my pile to wear on Saturday before we left. I have no idea where he left them though.
... I have always wanted to walk these streets and see Budapest for myself. When I was young, one of my friends moved from California to Hungary because her father was transferred by his company. They ended up in Budapest and I used to love getting letters from her and hearing about her exotic life in Eastern Europe. What a different experience it is to see all these sights from the other side of the pen! ...
... There was even a group of snaked skinned (obviously a daily ritual) older men decked in bathing caps staring intently at games of chess in the steaming water.
For every other spare moment we had within our 72 hours in Budapest, we seemed to spend it exploring or partaking in Fika (mostly the latter). Of Swedish origins (totally transferable to whichever country you may find yourself in though), Fika is an excuse ...
... of the country into such grand buildings...
But today.... it is worth millions for the town as everyone comes to see them. They are nothing short of majestic at night with the lights highlighting there opulence against a dark sky.
Lets not forget the chain bridge.... which has most unusual construction with the links all joined together to form a weird looking chain effect where traditionally we see ...