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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... first beers by the time I had herded the kids back to them. Dinner was very nice and we had a view of the Danube across the pedestrian walk. Then we walked into the center of town for ice cream and up the stairs to the old church for a view over the city and of the sunset. Then a drive back home, and finally the kids are settled into their nest on the pull out couch and a cot. They should be asleep soon.
So the rain started while we were on the train headed back to Budapest. While the rain didn't seem that bad to us, apparently it was pretty strong and there was a fairly bad storm in Budapest at least...it knocked out power to the trains (and metro, trams, etc. in the city). On the bright side, it did cool things down about 20-30 degrees almost immediately. Our train stopped in a small town on the outskirts of Budapest. It took a ...
... the "Hungarian Alamo" for a pair of sieges here during the Ottoman Invasions. The first siege is particularly noteworthy as 2-3,000 troops held off an army of 35-40,000 for 39 days, inflicting heavy casualties on the attackers. They also lost about 1/3 of their own number. The second time around, the Ottomans came prepared for a long siege, eventually defeating the troops there. The weather the last few days, and today in particular, has been ...
... storms due in the afternoon. It's our last full day here so we did a bike tour of budapest in the heat to see the sights. It was very interesting tour, but very hot! We were relieved to be finished & found the gluten free restaurant to cool down in before heading home before heading out. Thursday 2 hour train journey to vienna in the late morning on a cooler ...
... our way. An old moon is seen setting from a train window. I have no idea what the time is. Romania in the morning. Mist covers hills. Two men stand in a field, hoeing weeds. We pass a horse and cart. Two more men with hoes, then dozens of men, some women, in dozens of fields, hoeing, weeding. More horses and carts. Houses unfinished. Confused roofs, says Gina. We are passing through rural Eastern Europe, gazing with Western European eyes. ...