Budapest Central Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... they made such an effort to find him, and from Blake who seemed exasperated with the process, since they apparently kept checking on him.
Arriving home, we found that the roof of the fort had collapsed - apparently the hedge could not hold the weight of the sticks and now very wet leaves. Plus it had rained enough that the mud holding the sticks for the wall up had mostly washed away. Boys have decided to rebuild in our ...
It was touch and go for a while, but I made it to Budapest in one piece. Through snowstorms, a collapsed emergency exit window and shattered glass everywhere, and questionable bus drivers...the tour group finally made it to Budapest in 15 hours. It took so much longer than expected and we were actually supposed to go to Vienna first, but SURPRISE! Our itinerary was ...
... it to a respectful one on each cheek.
So the first traditional kissy cheek greeting I participated in was with a (dark as the night) gay Ghanaian activist that spoke with the voice of Africa (though not as baritone as Jamie's version).
He was a prety mellow dude though and we had a good chat as we drove through central Florence to pick up the Mexican girls that were joining us. In short being gay in Ghana is likely to get you into some ...
... of years of Hungarian history. We walked through the Park to Szechenyi Baths, the thermal baths with warm water pools, jets, bubbling spots. Back in the center of the city, we toured St. Stephen's Basilica and were introduced to several f the main streets and squares. Our final stop on the tour was the Great Market Hall, colorful place with produce, souvenirs, cafés, and lots of people. We had a langos ...
... muffins, and orange juice at Tescos. Then had a meal at the restaurant in the station as they also accepted Visa. I had ground veal in a pancake with paprika sauce and Bryan had chicken kiev. Not bad but not brilliant. Finished our waiting in the Business Lounge - the platform came up on the screen in there before it did in the station proper. The girl who'd greeted us was still there. A long day for her.
Had to walk the ...