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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it set us back $25 or less. We're in the big city now!
But we seem to be on somewhat of a snake diet lately. You know, where you don't eat for a few weeks and then eat a suckling pig? OK, it's not that bad, but we seem to be eating twice a day lately, which is working out for us. We eat a late breakfast and then with the sightseeing we don't eat until late afternoon, which ends up being our dinner sometimes.
There seems to ...
... Slovakia. We had to pass through a huge lock which was interesting. We were on the lower side of the water so we sailed in, huge gates closed behind us and then we were lifted up as water came in from the other side. At Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia we were coached up to the Castle which is not the best castle building I have ever seen and looks quite modern. ...
... types of bread!
We then went to the office/where I was going to be living for two weeks until I moved into the missionary's house. (They are going on furlough.) I got relatively unpacked and then called Anna (my roommate) and my mother. Talking to them was wonderful, but also difficult. I tried to take a nap but couldn't get to sleep. I called my mother again, but ...
... think about something else, it’s only 20 more minutes!” and “Natasha, don’t speak about it so loudly”. Of course, I’d have to walk past this girl to get off the bus. Wah. The father, realizing that the situation was serious, got up to look for a bathroom, but the bus was so old that it didn’t have one. Damn, I heard him say. Trying not to look at the girl’s reflection in the window, I thought happy thoughts. ...
... was actually three cities in one Buda, Pest (pesch) and Óbuda. We are staying in the Pest section which I've had fun with the name. The Szechenyi Lanquid Bridge has Lions on it. The story is the architect forgot to add them a 10 year old boy was the only one the notice. The architect was so disappointed he killed himself. We stopped at Fishermans Baston for photos. It was an amazing castle that had the best views of Budapest. From up there you could really tell ...