Hotel Tanne

Address: Esze Tamas u. 1-3, Budakeszi, 2092, Hungary | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budakeszi

Blake's class takes a long walk

A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Mar 20, 2015

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... side of the road, and Akos declared another break. The eclipse had just started so as soon as we put down packs, kids started pulling out pieces of thick - dark glass, welders masks, and other devices to view the action. This kept the kids active for a few minutes, but the eclipse is a slow motion even, so soon all of the kids were up and running around. Up and down the hill above us, playing soccer and catch, or playing with the milkweed in the local wet spot. I ...

Better Late than Never

A travel blog entry by cascademayer on Mar 13, 2015

... past us independent UD thinkers. Then, we all went to a few other ruins bars, Tommy and I stumbled into a gay bar which was interesting, and then just headed back for bed.

Monday we woke up at 8 and Cas, Bart, and I went to the market. I had half a lango with Nutella, banana, and strawberry, stocked up on some tea at the grocery store, and headed to the train station (first class hollaaaa!) We had a 7 hr train ride to Prague, and when we arrived, we met up ...

Spring is here!

A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Mar 09, 2015

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... tent before I could really see what it was. I was pretty impressed. We have been talking about flowers (virag or viragok in plural) in Hungarian class lately, but I was still stuck on 'vasar', thinking 'I know I have seen that word.' Sam is the one that pointed out that I was the one who told him that vasarnap (Sunday) means 'market day' was fun to see ...

A little stir-crazy?

A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Feb 26, 2015

... history. Unfortunately many of his poems have not been translated into English (at least many of those that Sam is supposed to read), so Laura has now spent several hours working to find and translate many of those poems, so that he will have something to read. The house is starting feel pretty small, and everyone is starting to get on everyone else's nerves. We'll have to see if we can work this out of our systems over the weekend.

Trip to the Auchan

A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Jan 18, 2015

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... the big staples trip. We do now have flour, sugar, spices and some other staples - even ground beef, taco seasoning and tortillas for an emergency dinner some time in the future.

We did get an oven thermometer, and Laura made salmon for dinner as requested by Sam. Now they are working on puppy chow, though with a number of substitutions for ingredients we could not find. Includes corn flakes that taste like corn bread, rather then ...