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... Square as it looked a more interesting route, and our feet were becoming blistered and sore, but there were so many interesting things to see on the way that even Squirt didn't complain much. We saw an enclosed dog exercising plot by the main road where locals could take their dogs for a run and a play together, a vehicle run by twenty passengers all pedalling at once, and weird intricate buildings. Now our plan is wi-fi time, card games in our room and ...
... to organise a train and then worrying about getting to our accommodation. This way we could get dropped off right at the door. Before we left we took a bus into the city centre to have a last look around. We found lots of shops and markets but due to time we mainly window shopped. We did find a couple of souvenirs which was the main reason we headed in to town. When we got back to Pastor Chris and Monica's place, we loaded up the car and hit the road for Austria. ...
... for that much spinach) as well as the rest of our ingredients. We're feeling better with each shopping expedition there, getting to know who's produce is nicer, who has better prices. After we picked up a few more items at the CBA grocery store (including ice cream), we came home and I made the crepes. With part of the spinach I made a spinach and mushroom salad- yum! After that, it was time to hang out in the flat and watch the ...
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... in Budapest and I was have been overjoyed to stay longer.
It is my favourite place I have been.
The eclectic nightlife. The fact you can go to a rave in a century old turkish bath or a club in a delegated apartment building.
The contemporary art scene is pumping. And the museums are fascinating. The House of Terror, a museum to the Soviet and Nazi occupation of Hungary set in the old secret police ...