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... 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 ...
... you can open the other gate. Then you drive the car through, and do it all in reverse. And you better not have messed up the lock combination, because you can only re-lock it when the numbers are still set.
I walked in with Sam, but he walked directly into his classroom and didn’t really say good bye. His teacher stopped me to ask “what did he say? what did he think?”, because of course no one can ...
Budapest, it would seem George Ezra is right and that it is a hidden treasure chest.
For a lot of our journey we had both been very excited to see Budapest, not sure entirely why but we had heard great things and for once a city lived up to its reputation and then some.
Getting to Budapest was interesting in itself, it would seem that 25 years after throwing off the shackles of Soviet occupation Central Europe (not Eastern as we was to learn) has still ...
... br> If you are a; history buff, fan of architecture or alcohol guzzling hedonist (or all three or even neither of these three), Budapest has something for you and is a must visit!
To my 'buddies', Mel, Nate and Tom (no Nate and Tom not taking the **** ha), I do 'reckon' you shold come to Londo soon. Bless you dudes though, only good memories of Budapest (minus the post ruin bar hangover). Hugs and Kisses.
... they will remember it for a long time... yet will be hard pressed to remember the guy up the pole in the famous square we went to see today....).
We are not into embroidery (or anything needle related), yet had to admire the ladies in the market sitting patiently doing amazingly pretty embroidery - tables clothes, blouse/shirts and the likes... we stopped and the kids watched the one particularly nice lady show them ...