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... a brochure at the stand. As he read it, it dawned on us...it was horse. Yes, horse! We were starving and all the other lines for burgers were enormous so we decided to just eat it. It tasted fine but the thought of eating horse kept making me dry reach. Darcy convinced me that if I can eat all other animals horse was fine. I still shudder a bit when I think about it. After we went for a walk and found a cool bar and had a cocktail there. ...
From Prague to Budapest it's an all day train ride. We arrive at the main station early evening and embark on a hike to our accommodation on what looks like the other side of the city (seeing as we can't read anything about where the busses go it seems to be our only option). It's surprisingly hot for this late in the day and even this time of year. We haven't had heat like this for a month at least, it makes us happy to think we have finally reigned in some ...
... the first of the ruin bars, Szimpla. I thought it was great. Mr H bemoaned the lack of seating and the fact that we were surrounded by youngsters. We set off home (at 2.30am, no less!), stopping for a slice of takeaway pizza on the way.
The next day, the 1st August, we got up at 10.00am, and had a long shower to wake up and then packed our bags, ready to check out and catch our train to our next destination, Bratislava. After queueing for 20 minutes ...
... equipped to manage any outside survivors after an attack once it was considered safe to open the doors yo the shelter. really interesying as I had never really thought about the fact that many people had lived through 2 wars and now were faced with a completely different type of war. I then explored more of the castle district and its fortifications and chyrches and castles and a waterfall I then headed in to town where I found jody in the church where ...
... was 33 degrees so very hot for walking tour. We took public transport by tram and furnicular across the Chain Bridge to Buda up to the palace and castle. All totally magnificent but very exhausting walking around. Lost my brown hat in Brno but found same hat in pink on ground outside the art gallery! Thank you Jesus.
Saw the Detovski exhibition, a renowned painter of the late 19C. His work depicted anti capitalism and the ...