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... and miserable. And we asked ourselves "so why exactly do we always insist on walking miles and miles and miles in cities which have perfectly good and efficient transport systems?"
On our way to the meeting point, and the promised camera store, we stop by a coffee shop to purchase beverages to keep us going.
“What’s that place then?” Mr Fletche says.
“That big ...
... of new people, and making plenty of new friends. I could have gone into a lot more detail for this post but I am sorry I really feel like ****. Maybe once I get everyone worked out I will be ready for a detailed post. I will let the collection of videos and photos help give you a better picture. Wish me luck! Below is the link to our Thanksgiving video, enjoy!
... didnt want to walk back. We were able to ask the front desk guy at one of the fancy hotels to arrange a ride for us back to our place. We were successful in doing so and we got a ride from a friendly local that was a geologist in the national park. The long awesome emotional overwhelming day of sightseeing and soul searching came to an end and we plopped down into bed. Courtney had bought my favorite incense back in Zadar called nag champa, and we light some and made our room smell ...
... pork knuckle and goose (I love goose, and it was so good and so cheap). They were all really tasty, but they were all rich and quite heavy. Definitely not summer food...! I didn't get a chance to try Làgos, but I heard all about it. It is basically a fried bread which is then brushed with garlic butter and topped with sour cream and cheese. Everyone kept telling me how good they were and how I must try it, but they are so ...
... thick it looks like it was once the tunnels running under the fortress that is above. Everything in it, and served, is Hungarian, so the soup was great and free!!! We have wound our way around the streets, up Andrassy Street with its designer labels and amazing buildings, past the Opera House, the biggest in Europe, around Hero's Square a couple of times, past the zoo, some baths, a castle, lots of hotels, all very grand, and moving along tree lined boulevards all the ...
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