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... on our trip. Many older Hungarians speak excellent German, as do the remaining Saxons in Transylvania. As do many Turks, given that while presently Germany has a resident Turkish population of 4 million, many more Turks have come and returned home over the course of the last 50 years. So I’ve been able to converse wonderfully, with younger people most places speaking good English. In Romania it was also possible to get by with a mix of French and Spanish, given the languages ...
... girls were trying to figure out where in Godollo we live. All in all, they did a much better with their english than I did with hungarian. I think I will need to spend more time at the school to force me to practice simple conversations! I am not sure why we never thought to go to class with Blake before, I guess we needed the invitation, but I think I will try to go maybe one morning a week to help Blake figure out what is going on.
... we started. Having in mind where we wanted to go we took a look and it seemed rather dead, instead we strayed into the trendy local area and with a multitude of options decided on a less than authentic Asian fusion restaurant but with an amazing Pad Thai and Burger as our choices washed down with some great local brews we were more than happy.
Day 2 in Budapest started with a home cooked breakfast care of Brendon, the initial plan after this was to head for the ...
... then re docking in Budapest. We the went to the Lounge to listen to Gabor the pianist/singer and have beers of course.
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The Liberty Statue or Freedom Statue is a monument on the Gellért Hill in Budapest. It commemorates those who sacrificed their lives for the independence, freedom, and prosperity of Hungary. Opened: 1947
The Citedal, the fortress on top of the hill, was built by the Habsburgs between 1850 and ...
... There is a HUGE cycling scene on the go in Budapest, with super stylish single speeds buzzing about every which way (I picked up some nice ideas to transform my vintage black beauty). As our trip around Eastern Europe draws to a close, I have been thinking about why it is I wanted to see the east of Europe. I guess the west is what we know, it's the history we were taught and the cultures from where many South Africans draw their lineage. But the east.....well it was a mystery ...