Millennium Court, Budapest - Marriott Executive Apartments
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Magical Place. End of story. Highlight of most if not any trip. Will again split ito 2 sections.
3 Excursions took place from the cruise in Budapest - 1 a city tour, 1 an evening folklore show, the final a pushta.
A tour of both the Buda and Pest sides of the city. The buda side has the older more historical feeling and is the smaller side. Pest has the ...
... be normal here until all the people in parliament that went though those times have moved on, as their mentality sounds stuck on communism despite being a democracy. After all the walking we made some time for a nice cold beer while Lisa had a wine. It was now dinner time and we set off in search of a local restaurant and found a nice little one just around the corner. Again Lisa won on the food side of things. Her meal was very good ...
... in Newark at 12:20 local time which will be 6:20 pm in Europe. Hoping we sleep on the plane so we can rally for Sam's sister's wedding at 5 pm in Central Park. I'm also hoping my dress will still fit :). I'm off in search of something with a vegetable for breakfast. See you in The ...
... to see a great house. Often the cost of seeing a show in one
of the great houses is only marginally dearer than a tour, and far
more satisfying. However, in Budapest, the house was not operating
this week so it was a tour or nothing. My worst fears on tours was
confirmed. It was expensive. They were overwhelmed with
participants and our guide, who had just switched from the German
tour to English was not comfortable with the language and ...
... some Hungarian, and drink some coffee.
God had other plans.
After hearing his story of his dream, and other ways God had shown himself that week, we explained (via a LONG conversation) what it meant to be "born again," the difference between believing in God and choosing to follow God, and that salvation comes through the sacrifice of Jesus. Tamas's response was "I want to do the reborn now. Can I do it now? Can we do it ...