St. George Residence in the Buda Castle
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... the performance. The instructor dug into the story of each piece of music, pointing out what was happening in the story being told by the piece, and suggesting how it should be played, for example how the hand is held should change between the seductive conversation (requiring a light touch), and when the deception by the impostor is revealed by the bird (it is a small bird, not an eagle, no pounding).
Lunch was across the street, and ...
... sick. The sickness manifested itself into full-blown vomiting all her pie and crisps back just as we were at the baggage carousel - I had found a plastic bag just in time but at least we had a whole side of the carousel to ourselves. I bought bus tickets at the public transport counter and we joined a huge crowd of young people outside who I assumed were waiting for a the bus. We realised our mistake fifteen minutes later when a group of private minibuses arrived to take them ...
... rack or roasting pot. We improvised and used the rack for drying dishes to put on the cookie tray so the chicken wouldn't sit in the grease. The chicken fit surprisingly well. The bird went in the oven at 5. While it roasted we prepared mashed potatoes, Caesar salad, stuffed mushrooms and buns. I chatted with mom and Deagan for a bit waiting for supper to cook. At 7 our feast we ready. ...
... Winery for wine tasting and dinner. The ancestry of the family Schieszl can be traced back to the 18th century. The earliest known member (Martin Schieszl) moved near Buda with his family in the 1720s. They settled down in Budakalász in the beginning of the 19th century. It was János Schieszl who opened the pub, Schieszl Restaurant and Winehouse. The hospitality of the 5th generation owner was outstanding, as was the food.
... we go back and rent 2 mopeds so this is what we did. Guy at moped store was friendly but talked a bit too much. knew Amanda did not want all the words, just a few minutes on it to figure it out. She figured it out rather quickly and we were off. Drove across big bridge pretty early. a bit nervous due to the fast moving cars but later found out Amanda was actually looking around and enjoyed the drive over the bridge. Ended up driving along the river for ...