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... thin gnocchi, or something else local that has a different name. (If somebody knows what they're called, please help me out here.)
As I wore my "nice" clothes to services and needed to change into my ratty clothes to go caving later, I headed back to the hostel for a change and a quick nap, with plans to get my bus ticket for tomorrow and then head over to Margaret Island and walk around a bit.
Apparently I needed a nap more than I ...
... dinner at the Gresham (6star) which is part of the Four Seasons chain. From memory the bill was about $127 but we enjoyed it! Usually though we eat very well for about $50 and lunches are about $25 for us both. So - quite good. Eugene has strayed from the normal Goulash soup for lunch to Goulash stew! But don't think that the culinary delights of Budapest are limited - not at all. Last night we ate at an excellent restaurant across the road that I just happened ...
... maid a 20% tip had actually under paid her by 15%. She never said a word, I guess not wanting to harass the tourists, but luckily I realized it before we left. The market hall took quite some time to see, so it was time for a snack at Patas Negra, a nice little tapas bar with outside tables. We had duck in balsamic vinegar and salt, grilled calamari with pesto and fried red pepper with salt, washed down with Kronbacher dark (German) ...
... sup>rd birthday here with our crazy bike ride, a dinner out at a traditional Polish restaurant called Dobra and a fabulous sauna.
Slovakia. The project here was digging up the relatives. Searching out your roots can be fun....but in these parts you can’t expect too much. First off, the borders of the countries all changed many many times so that presented part of the difficulty and made it challenging to put together the pieces in the puzzle. Also, ...
... seeing along the way. After making a purchase or two at the Christmas market , we stopped in on a reputable op shop big let down. We then stopped in on a historical significant memorial to the Jewish people killed by the Arrowcross members during 1944 - 1945 called shoes on the Danu. It was a very moving and subtle tribute to those lives lost . We then marched on past the somewhat extensive works surrounding parliament and over the river to the next op shop. Were ...