Boat Hotel Fortuna
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... you just point at the foods you want; cafeteria style. It wasn't anything too special, but pretty good nonetheless. Our hostel was pretty close by so we stocked up on drinking water and rested at the hostel before the pub crawl. We passed by this stand selling these spiral cylindrical pastry sweets. THEY ARE SO GOOD! They have different flavours. I had walnut, but next time I plan on trying cinnamon.
Our new ...
... wanted to just toss them in and us too. Eventually bags and us were stowed and we had the most sedate drive through a shining Budapest morning. We could see the train on the platform when we arrived and we knew that all we had to do was get on so we sprinted and managed to get on – just in time but luck was on our side anyway as the train left two minutes late.
First class was right down the front end of the train and we were ...
... was born in White Russia (Belarus). Their language at home is Polish which is a bit challenging for us. Luckily Natalia has got a lot of patience and Willem makes a good translater. Out of the people we visited they are farming under the most challenging conditions. Although Poland is part of the EU the Polish infrastructure in the dairy industy is not very advanced yet!
We are very impressed with the farming businesses we visited and how our friends ...
... a fully equipped kitchen, all for 5 euros a night. Absolutely incredible. It felt great to just put all my stuff down and relax.
Budapest was absolutely beautiful. It's one of those european cities where you ask someone "what is that beautiful building?" expecting it to be something important, and it just turns out to be an apartment complex, or office building. In the US, the only beautiful buildings are important. In ...
... for lunch and it's just what we needed for the cold weather - hot, spicy, and filling.
We've enjoyed our brief time (too brief) in Budapest. It's a city which still retains the charms of its history, despite the attempts to subjugate it through invasion, destruction, and domination. Influences of the many threads of its history can be seen throughout the city. But, overall, it remains indomitably Hungarian.