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Have just come back from a beautiful meal...our first on the boat. This afternoon met up with John and Jennifer and it was great to see them again and to start to catch up on their news and all they have been doing over the last few months.
But have jumped ahead again. Last night we went on a night bus tour of Budapest which was very good and we got to see a lot of the city that we had not seen on the day tours. Budapest literally lights up at ...
At our lunch stop, we happened upon horsemen and women in full regalia. It looked like they were practicing for some function. They started to walk circles around us. A few spoke to us, one said 'hallo’ the way the Dutch say it. Another asked us humbly if they could put on 15 minute show for us for €15. We were caught off-guard and declined politely. As the troops walked off we wondered of it was ...
... parks, lake and castle. But the baths... What an experience! In the changing rooms Chlo experienced helpful naked women assisting her to use the lockers, as they were somewhat complicated and many did not work (Matt did not experience this in his change-rooms). It was very clear that Hungarian people do not seem to have body image issues (go them!) and they sure do love a soaking in the bath for HOURS. At Szechenyi there are three heated outdoor baths ...
... Pour the rice dough into the
Bake in preheated oven (200 C) for around 40 minutes without convection.
Serve with icing sugar and marmalade.
Origin: Hungary Preparation time: 45 min.
- 500 g flour - 100 g powdersugar - 100 g margarin - 1 egg yolk - zest of lemon - sour cream - apricot jam - walnut ( rough chopped) - 1egg
Using your hands, quickly mix the ingredients for the dough, and ...
... yet only be spending a few dollars! That being said, I find it odd that the cheaper cities have noticeably more poor people in them. I didn't notice any in Salzburg, yet Budapest had them coming right, left and center. The Swedish boys I talked to on the train mentioned a good social security system in their country, which has high tax but low poverty. The state will take care of you if things get bad. Funny that. High prices aren't so bad after ...
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