Hotel Molnar Budapest
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... was packed with people. We climbed a rusty spiral staircase to go upstairs, and ended up sitting at table using half of a car as seats. Definitely one of the coolest places I've been.
The next day we checked out the mummified hand inside St. Stephen's cathedral (why are Catholics so creepy?), and walked up Andrassy Avenue, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site because of the many buildings with great architecture or something. The street ...
... and negatives of the current program. Keith and I didn’t participate, but tried to discuss with the German teacher what Blake should do during the two hours a week of German class. We didn’t get very far given her limited English and Keith’s German is apparently buried under all of the new Magyar words, but our translator helped us work out that the English teacher has agreed to work with Blake for one hour and ...
... ensure the water covered every square inch of the bathroom. Our room number was 2.1....aptly named, as they clearly measure their room sizes to the decimal point. Ok ok....it was cheap and the bed was clean.....so we can't complain. Our stay in Budapest was timed to perfection, as the next day, the city had their annual market festival. One of the main city streets was closed off, and stalls were erected all the way down....beer, local cuisine, chocolate, clothing and more was ...
... cold mountain streams, a few houses...some older...some newer....farming....fields......a church...with a graveyard...and grave stones with Litvak as a last name! (Zuzanna Litvak was my great grandmother) My ggma and ggpa were buried in Canada, as they emigrated in 1892/1895 respectfully, but they both would have had parents and possibly brothers and/or sisters who married that would have been buried here in Slovakia. Obviously more work needs to be done! It was just ...
... I still can't figure out why but we weren't allowed to take any pictures, which was a bit of a bummer, especially when we got into the electrical room. They are still using the original panels and wiring to power the place! That's probably more interesting when you're an electrician... Our last stop before dinner was back at the Fisherman's Bastion. I can't get enough of that spot and I wanted to see the Parliament building and the bridges lit up at night. ...