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... assures me the train is on time. There are five more stops to Bucuresti-Nord. Next stop is Predeal. Our train descends and winds from the Carpathian Mountains, past Impressionist wild flower meadows. Tattooed Roma ladies make calls on smart phones. Everywhere smart phones. I follow our own journey on my own phone and Google Map. I remember ten years ago, probably a few more, certainly less than twenty, arriving on an overnight ...
... prowess, we stopped the train in the middle of nowhere on the harsh windswept plain near Lajosmizse, boarded horse-drawn carts and were taken to a farmstead. Here we were welcomed with a much needed glass of apricot Palinka, the local Schnapps. Subsequently we were treated to a horse show, including the famous feat of one horseman standing on the back of 2 horses to drive a pack of 5 (2 horses in the back, 3 ...
The Garden Hotel in Szolnok proves to be very comfortable... despite the whole squad of sulky teenage footballers from Dubai. Luckily, they settle down reasonably early! We breakfast and then go into town. The old city has some interesting buildings... as well as a fair taking place. Today is a national holiday to celebrate the first King of Hungary being crowned... so all the schopps are schutt!... so still no wooly to ...
... from Detroit). Jimmy is from Ottawa and personifies the expression "nice guy from Canada". He really is incredibly nice, helping many of the ladies w/ various bicycle and non-bicycle- related issues. He is also a very strong rider and shares his love of cycling with one of his daughters who is tackling riding across Canada (as Jimmy has done) during her months of leave from the Canadian Coast Guard. Maureen has been my very-welcome sometime roommate on this trip. ...
Then we moved onto to kecskemet which is further south, we had a couple of nights here and discovered an amazing market full of local fruit and veg and not a tourist in sight :-). We bought all sorts of food and stocked the van up for less than a tenner. Just outside the market some locals were gathered around a small kiosk and something smelt gooood!!! Unfortunately tally could not eat hot food so I had to sample it alone, such a ...