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Terrible night with Quinn up all the time and me having to sleep in the little bed with her, so we were all pretty grumpy this morning with such little sleep. Breakfast helped some as there was lots of choose from although I may have had enough bread for a while. Lots of chocolate at breakfast too, cookies, nutella, chocolate bread, chocolate …
... be challenging, but it seems we had not need to be concerned. Many speak it and most understand it.
The difference that we are loving the most is in the architecture. It really is like a Fairytale. Every where we look there are castles or palaces or little structures popping randomly out of the greenery on the hillside! Even apartment buildings have roof lines that conjuror images of princesses and the like. There are the oft seen domes and spires but here it is ...
... ordered two most typical Hungarian dishes (both of them known to me since the Czech cuisine has been actually affected by the Hungarian) – Beefgoulash with red wine (Vörösboros marhapörkölt) with noodles and Chicken breast paprikash (Paprikás csirkemell) with rice. Both were delicious and super cheap. We paid for two dishes, one tonic water and one homemade lemonade HUF 2 800 (including tip).
Then I convinced Gonzalo to go for a walk around Budapest by ...
... been able to hold on anymore! After a few photos (Sonny also decided to make an appearance after wussing out on the tank ride) we got back on the bus to head to a Donovaly in the Velka Fatra mountains for lunch. We continued through Slovakia after lunch and eventually made it into Budapest (Pronounced Budapesh) in Hungary where we would be staying for 2 nights. Again we had minimal time to get ready before our boat cruise down the Danube. After some messing around with the boat, ...
... happy to go since it is on my Budapest bucket list. Ruin bars are part of the new cultural scene in the district formerly known as the Jewish ghetto. Several buildings in the area remain unrepaired from WWII. One of the other scholars said she had heard of Szimpla and Kata took us there but warned us that it is definiitely catering to the tourists. So we snapped a couple of pics and left for Kata's favorite ...
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