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... s what happens when you walk with a group and chat! We made our way back to the boat with the help of a friendly local. Tonight we went to a folklore show which included some fabulous music and Hungarian folk dancing. We also sampled some Hungarian food. Yum. The show was excellent. I bought a CD of the music. It was a late night though. It was raining quite hard when we left so the view of Budapest in lights was obscured. Couldn't get very good photos damn it. Never ...
Hello from Budapest! We made our way here this evening for the three day orientation hosted by Fulbright that starts tomorrow morning. The whole family is included in the orientation, and they put us up in a hotel in central Budapest for the duration. We didn't arrive until fairly late, because we stayed in Godollo until Keith completed his preliminary exam (or rather until he felt that he could gracefully exit the call at 6:30 pm; indications from a previous ...
Saturday we woke to a leisurely morning, knowing that we had activities planned for the day. It was of course raining, which did not bode well for the planned evening activities of Sam attending Jakob's birthday party, and then everyone joining the party to ice skate in the evening (since the rain made the first trip to the rink rather miserable). Laura cooked breakfast, the boys played together with Lego's spreading far and wide in the living room.
... Chain Bridge, the most famous of the bridges connecting Buda and Pest, again enjoying the views of the bridges, Danube, and both Buda and Pest. Just like the day before, we took a walking tour - this one was focused on what life was like in Budapest during the communism period that lasted post World War II until 1989.
Our guide was fantastic and even though she was born in 1991, she had countless stories to share about what life was like during the communism era. ...
... in battle. He won, so off to a convent on the island she went. It's a lovely park with swimming pools, playgrounds and a great water feature near the entrance that rivals the one at Bellagio in Vegas. It put on a water show to music that delighted the scores of kids there. It was getting even hotter so we walked back across Margaret bridge and picked up the #2 tram, heading home for a rest. After a rest for Jim (I swept & mopped the floors, did a load of laundry- I ...