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... they were twins and we fell for it. Good one dad.
Also as you read this our auntie had a new baby his name is Alexander. I like it but he has this really cool middle name, but I can't remember it.
So after we went out for a late start to the day and walked to some old shoes by a very long river called Danube. It runs through a lot of main cities.
These shoes were ...
... a whole different adventure, and I just realized that we forgot to look for an oven thermometer today…) I did cook a beef roast in the old oven for Sunday dinner today that seemed to work out well enough, but it was a guessing game.
Keith is currently listening to the WTMJ broadcast of the Packer’s game over the internet while the boys respond to their emails. Sam ...
... rentals, and tour buses. After lunch we decided to walk over to Andrassy Utca, another major street. Turns out there was a massive craft beer and food truck street fest going on, with a hundred or so vendors, and tables set up in the street, for three long blocks. Throngs of locals and tourists alike were strolling up the street, beer in hand, checking things out. So we had to join in, sampling various craft beers and people watching. (Eat your heart out, Darcy!) Turns out most ...
... hour later as we were just nodding off again the train came to another halt and we certainly weren’t expecting a second knock on the door for passport
control to then check our passports! Anyway managed to get some sleep after that with the help of earplugs (so glad we brought some, knew they’d come in handy!).
This morning the train is passing through the beautiful sunny Romanian countryside, due into Bucharest in about 3 hours.
... The city is amazing and not at all what I was expecting after all of their horrible history. Our bus driver Adam is Hungarian and gave us some good tips on where to go tomorrow. We stopped at the Liberation Monument which had gorgeous views of the city before heading to the hostel. The hostel was really nice, it's an old hotel which they've converted into a hostel so we got a huge room with two bunk beds, table and chairs and a joint bathroom which was awesome. ...