"quietly travelling through the..." Hungary Favorite Tip by eden_teuling

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Favorite thing: quietly travelling through the <font color = blue><b>summerwarm</b></font color = blue> countryside, enjoying nature's majestic <font color = blue><b>feasts-for-all-senses</b></font color = blue>, let yourself be driven towards Budapest, and the Fisherman's Bastion and the St.Mathias church. This church creates lots of shady spots where<font color = blue><b> artists</b></font color = blue> try to sell the works of their hands or will try to persuade you to let them draw your <font color = blue><b>portrait</b></font color = blue>.I had my portrait drawm there. Till late in the evening it is good to loiter there and enjoy the night air coming in from the <font color = blue><b>Danube</b></font color = blue>. From a boat bobbing upon the Danube's <font color = blue><b>lap-lap-wavelets </b></font color = blue>you have a fantastic view and of <font color = blue><b>Buda </b></font color = blue>on the one side and at the same time of <font color = blue><b>Pest </b></font color = blue>on the other side. This wellknown river meanders through the City, carrying pleasure boats to and froe. A river means life and <font color = blue><b>liveliness </b></font color = blue>to a City, wherever the two meet. And then my camera gave up, so no photos, but some <font color = blue><b>beautiful </b></font color = blue>cards that btw are very cheap there!!!!

Fondest memory: The landlord and landlady, the fam.Kulcsar in Gaal Jozefstr 166 II:we<font color = blue><b> rented </b></font color = blue>a room in their house and were very well looked after. In spite of the <font color = blue><b>language</b></font color = blue> gap (lolololololol)we perfectly could explain and understand things, using hands, feet, pencil and paper etc.The boattrip, and the two nearby towns of <font color = blue><b>Szentendre</b></font color = blue> and <font color = blue><b>Esztergom</b></font color = blue>, where you should be able to cross the Danube, which wasn't true, we had been misled by the book here! In stead we climbed the churchtower and could walk around the cupola, very<font color = blue><b> satisfying </b></font color = blue>moreover. The simple country towns and villages, basking in the sun, were very special, and <font color = blue><b>attractive </b></font color = blue>and offered lots of opportunities to explore. The books being very cheap we bought a little bundle to relish the memories of these wonderful, <font color = blue><b>folklore-filled</b></font color = blue> weeks, being back on base again.. A very special holiday it was. Never to forget.

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<font color = green><b>PLEASE, SEE MY NEXT TRAVELOGUES, TOP RIGHT OF THIS PAGE, WHICH WILL SHOW YOU MORE OF HUNGARY.....</b></font color = green>

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  • Written Aug 24, 2002
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