Ibis Budapest City
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Well we seem to have left the lovely sunny weather behind ever since Venice. The rain stopped long enough in Vienna for lunch and then for our walking tour. Now leaving Vienna and driving through Hungary, everywhere I look is grey clouds and rain. I'm learning that one of the bonuses of travelling alone is that you don't have any domestics with …
Grandpa is here! Grandpa is here! Grandpa is here!
He is up from a short nap, so we will catch the next train in to Budapest. He had a few adventures on his trip, including getting trapped in the airplane bathroom when a man fainted in the aisle outside and having his brand new suitcase ripped open somewhere on route. Fortunately, all of …
Second day started pretty early, with a language lesson at 8 am at the Fulbright office. Another lightning round learning a few new words and phrases, and responding to questions asked in Hungarian. The boys did well for the first hour or so, but as the lesson ran long because the next speakers had not arrived, we finally allowed them to slip down …
The morning started with everyone enjoying the continental breakfast buffet, and Blake proving mom wrong that he could in fact eat everything he had taken. Good thing, since it was going to be a long morning. We headed out to walk to the Fulbright office, cossing the intersection illegally, since we simply could not figure out how to get across …
... the city must be expensive. A lot of beggars. People searching trash, while others keep up appearances. Souvenir shops offer curiosa from the former regime. My guess is it will be gone in ten years. Then the city, preparing to be among the great, will be ready and will have shaken off it's past. The youth is already preparing. They speak English. They are building the new Hungary which among others floats on tourism and therefore on the legacy of what they try to shake ...