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... we would be in the top 6 countries. Had a surprise tonight because the organisers have slugged the supporters another $50 a head in order to gain entry. We had already paid before we came so many countries are up in arms. We will wait and see what happens. I don't think we have heard the end of it. Oh the joy of politics.
Well goodnight for now,
Waz and Heli
... and Revfulop was not one of them. You can’t buy them online either. They weren’t sure where the nearest one was but helpfully rang the train company and asked. They told me that I could buy a ticket at the first station that I needed to change at – but I should make sure I have at least one hour between trains to allow enough time to buy the ticket as sometimes it can take that long??! I thought this was strange but followed ...
... and her friends in Torino, Irene the teacher/guide/friend in Vienna, Zsuzsi at the cooking school and finally, Laci and his family in Budapest, all have been more than gracious and kind. They have left us with a lasting impression and lifelong friendship.
November 11th, 2010
We are now home and trying desperately to adjust our clocks back to Victoria time zone.
Everyone survived ...
... town etc and then Mark stood up on the bench and made the announcement that he had proposed to Jules the day before and she had accepted.....arrrr bless so sweet, it brought tears to my eyes. Even though we had only been with these people a week we already feel like a big family.
We then made a wise decision that it should be a night out on the town for everyone, so after dinner we all got changed into our best glad rags, well me was just a pair of ...
... every opportunity to set themselves apart from the capital, embracing the Reformation early on and providing sanctuary for the Hungarian revolutionary goverment in 1849 when they were ejected from Budapest. In that year, Lajos Kossuth read his Declaration of Independence at the city's main church, the Reformed Great Church.
By the time I got to Debrecen, I was starting to get a little hungry since I'd only had some rolls from a grocery store for breakfast. My hotel room had ...