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... Robert Heinlein and Isaac Asimov with which to start. He talked about an Italian comic book which I will try to find, sounds interesting. Slept most of the way, read journals. At our WC stop, we had to pay 0,50€ to enter the WC, but you could use your receipt towards any purchase. We bought a small bag of pretzel sticks. The weather was heavy rain/no rain/light rain, whatever. Today is the day for rain while you are traveling on the bus. ...
... there is always more to do as we start to take ownership of a particular job. And, in this case, the people we worked with were so great, both on the team and Habitat Hungary staff. However, after 9 days of very hard work, everyone is looking forward to their holidays and getting some rest. We were all presented with a certificate and ...
... in Budapest, especially for goulash. We got a langos, which is fried dough with whatever toppings you want (very similar to a Beaver Tail in Canada) and we tried the hot wine that was for sale everywhere; both were delicious! We fit a lot into two and a half days, but we never felt rushed. It was a perfect weekend, and we have begun a perfect week in Dublin! Sending all our love, Rachael and Michael P.S. I love reading all of your comments, you guys are the best! ...
... plant a devious seed to make this so. As we all know, to best motivate someone they need to feel like the goal was their idea.
So before I knew it Richard aka "Rich" was coming to Budapest!
We had a fantastic time together, navigating the city and taking in the breathtaking sights. Here is a brief rundown of our days in Budapest.
Day 1 - team united
The adventure started on the 8th of September ...
... beer in ruin pubs, we were up fairly early the next morning and headed out to memento park, which is on the city outskirts and houses the various soviet statues from around the city that were ripped down after the fall of communism. The place is fascinating and was well worth the long trip out to it. After getting back to the city we continued the theme and went to the house of terror, a museum housed in the headquarters of the nazi, the arrow cross, and the communist secret ...