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... indecision I'm heading to Debrecen tomorrow. It's the second largest city in Hungary, though far smaller than Budapest. I don't think there's all that much to see there, which suits me perfectly. There are no hostels but I've booked a cheap room to myself, which should give me plenty of opportunity to recharge. Since I'm travelling on my own for the next little while I'll need to chill out for a few days so I can be social when I get up to Poland ...
... our hands and there's a real danger of speeches before Guy manages to usher Hilli from the room to tumultuous applause from the assembled company. Anyone interested in knowing exactly who Michael is and what he has achieved (which is truly staggering) can look him up on ridinghalfwayhome.com. Back at Hotel Korona we hear some exciting news from Lottie...there is a possibility that we can all perhaps meet up in Bucharest before she returns to Kabul next week. We'll know in the ...
... and a piece of expensive pie/tart, some cherries and some yummy raspberries. This time the EN346 (called the Dacia) to Vienna. We left Bucharest at 13.00, but could get on at 12.30. What a great compartment - so much room compared to the Ister. We celebrated with the bottle of wine. Good job we bought some food as there was no dining car - even though there was supposed to be.
One of the conductors made us grilled chicken ...
... 6 times!!! There are about 5 of us from our group standing underneath the clocktower armed with cameras and looking a bit perplexed. Where's the magic? Oh George, you're a funny one.
We all had dinner at Vlad's birth house. Very touristy but we didn't mind and some of the team ordered Dracula's Kiss cocktails and Dracula's meatballs. All very tasty and delicious and we headed to our 16th C hotel to dream of medieval times and vampires.
Each village has at least one church with a spire, the largest building, while some have several, with the smaller ones away from the centre generally newer looking, but not as picturesque.
Each house is quite narrow, but runs a long way back from the street, with gardens behind, stretching to the train line one way, and up into the ploughed fields the other.
The country looks quite fertile, and almost all reasonably level ground ...