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Ah Budapest! The story of two towns side by side separated by the blue Danube. One side is Buda the other is Pest.
I arrived in Budapest Friday lunchtime, catching my train just in time. I'm staying in a hostel that is quite central and located just down from the Danube. The nightclub downstairs is a pain at night time, but the ensuite in our room is amazing and the whole place has a general ...
We spent an hour after drop off taking to Attila, Iza’s husband about work – he is a geologist who runs his own consulting company doing surveying and environmental impact assessments. They have both offered to take us on excursions, so I am sure we will do something with their family at some point. We then made our way to campus and started working on all of our overdue recommendation letters, ...
... it turned out to be a mini van and after a few other hotel pick ups we were off. The journey itself was smooth if not a bit longer than anticipated but we finally got to our apartment at somewhere close to 3pm and checked in.
First up our apartment was awesome, with space galore and priced at half our budget we were chuffed. The location being in the Old Jewish Quarter and 2 minutes walk from Erzsébet Sq made it even more amazing.
Once we had dumped ...
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Some interesting facts (I think): Budapest sits on a thin layer of earth above thermal springs and there are some famous baths here; the first underground in continental Europe was built here (the London underground was first but of course that is not in continental Europe) and it’s still running just a few metres below the surface. We can hear the trains under our apartment – not loud but a gentle humming rumble ...
... a very interesting experience, and I am glad to have done it.
Another interesting experience was going to the shooting range. Say what you want about guns, but until you've actually gone to a range, you cannot really say anything. Yes guns kill, and they are dangerous. Yet in a professionally closed environment, it can be informative and interesting. Understanding how to safely handle the equipment, and how they work, ...