Travel Blogs from Budapest
... A side street cafe and a pick-me-up later, Dora insisted we visit a Ruin Pub - a once lively building abandoned and transformed into a, you guessed it, pub. Apparently these are specifically unique to Budapest and are a must-do. Though we visited during less than peak bar hours, it brought us all some enjoyable conversation and a first taste of Palinka - traditional Hungarian schnapps. Dora doled out some ...
... compensation dial. I am sure all the photographers out there (Tenae) could make
better use of it than me but I am learning slowly. The low light performance of
it is really good as it has a good sensor (photo nerd speak)
Of course the downside is that you need to carry this stuff
with you but it’s worth it.
Yesterday in Budapest we dedicated as Richard Orr day. Rich
gave us the idea for ...
... into 8 hour ride, so that must have been terrible for them. On the plus side, I got two more stamps in my passport, so that made me happy! I also had really nice people sharing the compartment, so we could talk the whole way and pass the time quickly.
I had a great time in Hungary, but I was ready to continue on after 4 days in one place. One last thing that I learned was that Budapest is actually pronounced as Budapeshed because pests are bad and the city is not full of bad ...
... and I would love to live there someday. Coming to Hungary was a very good experience for me and I'm so glad I came; I learned a lot about culture but I learned a lot about the history. The history here is incredible. The culture is very European (as vague as that sounds) but if I were to change anything about it, it would be the friendliness. I don't know if it's because I am foreign or if I am dark, but people here are very hard to ...
... 1085;& #1080;я. Я давно предп 86;читаю дешев 99;е стран 99; и город 72;. Не дешев 99;е-деше вые-де 096;евые, а ...
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