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... years ago. We then went to taste some "langos", a Hungarian favourite, at a tiny shop beside a random metro station that our tour guide recommended us. And they most certainly were worth the little trek to find them! They are made up of flat fried dough, similar to a Beaver tail, and covered in sour cream and cheese - hard to go wrong! Our last stop of the evening was at a world renown bar called Szimpla, a warehouse that has been transformed into an intriguing bar with lots of ...
... an hour, then she and I went home and had a nice dinner, after which I packed up most of my stuff for today.
I don't know whether I will have wi-fi for my tablet for at my next destination. But my sister has a computer I can use. It's a bit of a dinosaur, though, so it may be difficult for me to navigate. I'll try to keep in touch with everyone as I'm able, though. I should be able to access my e-mails one way or another, anyway. ...
... famous golf course in the world, established in 1552. We walked around the periphery of the course and it really is magnificent. Being a links course, it does not have any trees but lots of heather and tussocks etc. The fairways look beautiful and the bunkers a nightmare. The greens are huge and from watching several players putt, very quick indeed. The town of St. Andrews is absolutely full of golf related shops. Although we visited mid afternoon in summer, we had ...
... Guest House is as neat as a pin and well organised and run.
After settling in to our new surroundings we headed out into Dundee City to explore. What a wonderful city Dundee is. A great city for walking. We walked past the University and into the City Centre.
The architecture is quite beautiful and the neighbourhood where our guest ...
I didn't think that I'd manage a walk after the end of October but favourable weather outside and disruptive house renovations indoors made me think again.
I didn't decide until the last minute. Sunday's forecast for Monday was initially for cloud and fog but later it suggested that any fog would burn off. However on Monday morning it was sunny and frosty in Leith so Day 13 of the walk was on.
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