Danubius Hotel Flamenco - Budapest
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... of a shisha pipe whilst sipping their cuppa. A mandatory visit to tourist information followed before we went for a wander through the streets. By this time it was mid-afternoon and it was ferociously hot, a dry heat that clung to our clothes and accentuated the multitude of smells around us, the most prevalent unfortunately being the stench of the sewers which would hit us in occasional whiffs from time to time.
Our evening was spent walking ...
... that students should ask and answer questions in class. I also did a better job of stopping my lecture early enough to allow for an in class activity that last couple of weeks, which has helped to build some interaction. We have also been warned that many of the Brazilians are here primarily to travel around Europe, and will not even come to class. I have some of that (such as the mysterious Victor who does very well on homework ...
... from New York on the Pest tour and they recommended we try Borse for lunch--it was a great recommendation! This small gastropub only serves take away baguettes with meat, cheese, and toppings made fresh to order. Yum. The Buda tour was also about 2 hours and, in our opinion, was not as interesting as Pest. The tour took us on a walk through the castle district, including Matthias Church, the Fisherman's Bastion, and the Royal Palace (no "royals" ever lived there). We ...
... amp; staying in an apartment with a kitchen helps too. You cannot be gluten free in Hungary, so that's out the window. When I get back to Canada, I will pay for my sins, but at the moment I'm just going with the flow - all the way to the next fabulous bakery! Poland might be another story. Time will tell. We are catching a night train to Krakow. I would have loved to go during the day, but there were none available. The Hungarian trains look a bit dated. Ok, that's ...
It was quite chilly, so after walking for about 30 minutes, I stopped in a local restaurant for a cup of soup and a drink. I was planning on just having a glass of wine, but the waiter introduced me to what he called the national drink of Hungary "schnapps", but is locally called "Palinka" and served in a tulip glass. Unlike the schnapps I've had in the US, though, these schnapps were much stronger (close to 44% alcohol) and less sweet. ...