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An early alarm call in budapest meant that I stumbled across some more TV/movie filming. This time a street near the station was being transformed into a French street from world war two, complete with old time cars, French street signs - rue d'indifference (to be read out loud) - and French advertisements. Given that actual France is not far from Hungary and many parts of it have not progressed since the 1940s ...
... a commanding hilltop setting overlooking the old city. We left the coach at this point and did a guided walking tour of the old part of the city. Our guide provided us a lot of historical information about the beautiful old buildings and their inhabitants. A coffee break and some free time to explore on our own and then it was time ...
(I am not sure I am able to post names so for now I will just use the first letter of their name.) Today was my first day of "work." I got to the office at 9:30 and was able to meet a few people before our staff meeting/devotional time at 10:00. During the time together, I was introduced along with another new lady working in the finance department. We then spent some time in prayer before going our separate ...
... also pretty bad news.
I tried to reason with myself that the road between Vienna and Bratislava is completely flat, except for the numerous potholes that we bumped through while crossing the border. Furthermore, I wasn’t back at home – this was Slovakia, where snow isn’t unheard of. Everything should be fine. I finished my coffee and headed towards the Bratislava castle, which towers imposingly over the Novy Most bus terminal. ...
... the smallest on the list and the only bridge because its combined.
After this I actually sat in McDonalds for 10-15 mins with a warm drink to warm up as it was -3 and snowing. I was also early for the bus to pick us up.
After Bratislava we drove to a service stop not far from Budapest for lunch. On the way into Budapest Kez gave us some information about Budapest and Hungary.
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