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Ok, let me get this out straight up. An EU country, that doesn't use the euro as prime currency. Oh Hungary you rebel you! How is a gal who is no good at maths supposed to survive? Calculating my euro to your Hungarian Finot to somehow work out that in Aussie dollars?! Well, no need to stress I've worked out a formula, and quickly worked out this …
We planned to do alot today. But after the flight from hell we went to bed & we will see you tomorrow.
Sunday 15th June 14
Budapest Fine art museum and Margaret
Today was a little undirected after
our big day yesterday. I was keen to see the collection at the
Budapest fine art museum so we caught the train out to Hero's park
again to one of many galleries in Budapest. This one houses a
general European collection up to C19as well as the antiquities. It
is very large so we did ...
... if you are real, send me a dream, and show me you exist."
Sure enough, that night, Jesus sent him a dream.As the first of many 'proofs', Tamas decided to believe in God.
He didn't quite know what it meant, except that he wanted to be Christian now. It was encouraging, and we got to pray with him, and set up another meeting for Thursday with no expectation past helping Tamas understand what it really means to be a ...
... evening. Sherree was worried that I would snore the apartment block down later that night. Dinner was at a lovely little Hungarian restaurant called the Stadt Cafe at Budakeszi, further out from where our apartment is located. We all enjoyed typical Hungarian fare: cabbage rolls, goulash soup, potato balls with turkey and wild berry sauce and beer. We didn't all eat all of that! The lemonade is interesting here, as well - real lemon with fruit slices and a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service