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... fall in love. It was alive. We were based in Pest, the more modern side of the city full of night markets, cool restaurants and bars and something was always going on and there was always people everywhere. They aren't rude or pushy, their English is good, the city doesn't smell and the Christmas markets were amazing. The next day we went to the park where they had a huge ice skating rink, Hero's square, a recreated castle made into ...
... an iimpressive town square. Our lunch of Hungarian Goulash was filling and tasty. Our group took every seat in the tiny restaurant. We strolled through the town under ominous skies, taking shelter in the Church of St. Stephen when the rain began in earnest. Once back in the bus, we finished our journey, arriving in Budapest around 5.
Our evening walk was a ...
... First on our list of things to do in Budapest was laundry! Despite the front desk lady telling us there are no self service laundry facilities in the city, Phil found an awesome little shop called Bubbles (although it was pretty far away). We spent $3.80 doing one load of nearly all of the clothes we brought with us. Our hotel would have charged $4 for just a t-shirt! :O Perhaps they just planned to go out and buy another shirt rather than clean the dirty one I have. ...
... excellent place to give a home to the two flowering plants that the Czech gardener lady gave to me. I left a note at the grave site in the slight hope that there might be a connection made. You just never know.
We spent some time in Bratislava – the Capital of Slovakia. It was not as lively as some of the other eastern cities we’d been in, but it was nice for us that the throngs of tourists were not there yet. It was interesting to see a ...
... every building is beautiful. First thing we did was figure out the metro. And by we I mean me. We took the metro to an area called Hero's Square. It was so beautiful, and there was a cute little park nearby.
Thanks to the freezing cold weather, I had an excuse to get my favorite beverage - HOT WINE. ahhh i love hot wine so much. Good thing it is low in alcohol content, or I would have a problem. We stopped by the ...