Driving back to Budapest
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December 30th, 2009 – by: breezejen
We finally got on the road and headed back to Budapest. We said goodbye to Germany and the lovely little Alpine villages. We drove through Austria and said goodbye to magnificent mountain range. Before we knew it, we were back in Budapest fighting against traffic and fog to get back home safely.
At home we had a fantastic goulash prepared for us by one of the neighbors. After dinner, and the long drive, a nap was seriously in need.
We ended up at Franz Liszt square again (it’s such a sure thing, why risk anything else?). This time, we decided to venture off to a different locale. We ended up at Café Vian. It’s about 4 doors down from our favorite place Café Karma, but the mood and atmosphere couldn’t be any different. Café Vian is bright and more cafeteria like than Karma and the music seems to be streamed in by some very mundane, top 40 station. It wasn’t great but it was tolerable. Since it was freezing cold outside, all the patrons were indoors. And, despite the late hour, many people were having dinner.
Anyway, the night was done for us, we decided to go home, get some rest and prepare for the next few days.
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