Raday Central Apartment
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... they were the personification of limiting my own sun exposure and the pair of us spent our time outside sparingly.
By mid afternoon we decided to venture back to Kino, where we had been unable to find a table the previous evening to enjoy a light lunch and glass of wine. Despite being in the shade, the sweat was literally running down my legs, something which hadn’t happened since enduring upwards of 40 degrees celsisus in Melbourne summer and what I knew was a ...
... Buda and Pest together. Which made Budapest.
On that day we say that there was a boat ride down the river. We walked around the town again and for dinner we went to a bar/restaurant.
We went to a really big park. Can you guess what we did first? PLAYGROUND BUDDY!
It was so fun. We were eating and ducks and birds came over. They were annoying.
Today is April fools day.
As soon as I wake ...
... hours in Gödöllő mean that the bank is closed from 3 pm on Friday until Monday morning), but the signs all clearly indicated I could get into the lobby to use the ATM with my card. I swiped and pulled repeatedly, unable to get in and was finally ready to give up and join in the impromptu snowball fight when I gave the door a shove in frustration and it opened. Laura and I continue to have problems getting into and out of buildings locally with doors ...
... completed the process so we were able to pay and get on our way. What a funny end to our shipping saga in Hungary. Now we’ll just have to see if my autographed package arrives safely in the US!
So after checking out a couple of the jewels of Eastern Europe it was time to head to Bree’s adopted homeland and one of the places that we have been most looking forward to during our time in Europe…Italy!
So Until Next Time…Ciao!
David & ...
... through the Tatra Mountains part of the Carpathian Mountain System. The weather was nice when we left Krakow but it has been raining on and off. We stopped for lunch at the Saint Christopher Inn in Slovakia at 1:30 PM. We stopped again 35 miles from Budapest for a pit stop and our tour director shared with all of us a bottle of Krupnik which is a honey vodka liqueur. That livened up the bus for ...