St. George Residence in the Buda Castle
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... was similar to salami and it was pretty good. After that we had Vespers in a church at the monastery so it was fun to hear us all sing in the church. It was beautiful. Then we had a time of sharing, so it was fun to catch up and see how God was moving. Then we attempted to find this exotic gelato shop. It was a fail, we couldn't find it so we just got it elsewhere cause it's on every corner. From my room I can see a pizzeria and today I could hear Italian music playing ...
... little bit like Prague. I bought some sushi for lunch and ate it at the market, and then slowly headed back to the hostel to rest before Tahlia got in. I passed the Jewish Synagogue on my way and decided to have a peak. I had to wear a shawl over my shoulders but the actualy church was beautiful on the inside. There was a museum and a memorial out the back, which were also really interesting. I got back to the hostel and had a shower because I was so sweaty ...
... excited. We all got on the Ferris wheel together to find out that one of the guys Matt had mutual friends with CJ. My mouth literally dropped when he was naming people that I knew from San Diego even though they lived in Texas. Like how often will you be like 7,000 miles away from home, on a Ferris wheel with someone who isn't from your state but you have mutual ties with? When we all got off we went to the area where they had music and grabbed a ...
Well today was an interesting afternoon, which I am still furious about.
So It a beautiful snowy day here in budapest, cold, but snowy. Caitlyn and I get to the trolly stop leaving school and the trolly pulls up just as we arrive, perfect! So we get on the trolly and grab a seat.
Immediately after we sit down we are surprisingly greeted by a "transportation attendant," or what was suppose to be one. This was the ...
... but our little convoy was not on the slow side. A couple of times on the freeway I noticed the speedo of my over 140km/h. After about two hours on the road we stopped for a short break, not long after Slovakia was in the rear view mirror and Hungary lay ahead.
Besides the drivers trying to break land speed records the drive went rather smoothly, but then we hit Budapest. A number of roads that our drivers wanted to take had been closed ...
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