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... want to? You can have his spot if you like." Jordan immediately started encouraging me to accept. And I did. By 'castle' he meant a small mansion halfway up a small hill in a small town outside of Budapest. By 'teaching English' he meant socialize with Hungarian professionals. The 'castle' has been converted into a luxury hotel. Annette, my new temporary boss, says the castle is bad at being a hotel so management leases the property ...
... I had didn't know what he was talking about!). While Laci was dealing with the bicycling chimney sweep, his mother came over to introduce herself. We were able to have a very brief but friendly conversation where she seemed to indicate that she was there to help with the garden and that the weather was very nice and she was tired of the cold. Or at least that is my version of the conversation. Every day there are new things happening in this garden. with ...
... Budapest a short wander through the streets of the old town before back on the bus ( to warm up ) and heading across the River Danube to Heroes Square Beautiful square of huge proportions with many amazing statues once again the 7 tribes depicted by the seven horsemen. Wonderful buildings and a park around the square. We drove from Herod Square down a wide street towards the River Danube passing many beautiful buildings ...
... immigration. We agreed to meet for lunch in the airport and then my wifi stopped working.
I waited and waited and then decided to try our back up plan to meet at the car rental. Then I waited there, I even waited the 1/4 mile to the parking garage (all with my heavy packs!). Finally, I went back to the restaurant area. I was about to give up when I heard little voices yelling "Memere!"
It it was great to see them all, finally! ...
... Sorry if you're currently crying, but that's your history lesson of the day. After yesterday's event, people had also laid flowers and a couple of candles there too. After that, we thought we'd loop round by the parliament, on our way back to the hotel. As we did, we started to hear drums playing and the parliament guards came marching out carrying a flag to raise it on the post. So we stood and watched! Because it wasn't part of the morning ...