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You’ve seen the Christmas markets, warmed up with mulled wine, and now you’re ready for more Budapestian adventures. I’m sure you’ve seen my list of skating rinks (http://wp.me/p1Mrmn-9V), but how about a sledding party? Cross-country ski lessons? Downhilling or snowboarding? For … Continue reading
The holidays and winter wouldn’t be complete with a few rounds around a scenic skating rink, and warming up afterward with a cup of hot chocolate or mulled wine! Budapest has some great places for a skate, all with skate … Continue reading
It’s called the Trikke. Go ahead and pronounce it “trike,” rhyming with bike, because it really is a three-wheeled wonder that’s as fun to ride as a trike when you’re three. It’s the funkiest way to see downtown Budapest, whether … Continue reading
I got a sneak preview of the new eXbox! No, it’s not a video game console, – which is pronounced eex-box in Hungarian - it’s much better. It’s an indoor extreme sports palace that opens today in Budapest! When I say … Continue reading
You’ll forgive me for the title, which I couldn’t resist! On Sunday, the Budakeszi Keszegek Running Club (a keszeg is a kind of fish, so it’s rather amusing, we think) held the first annual Forest Run here in Budakeszi, which … Continue reading
Four more ideas for your vacation planning, since I had no internet access yesterday (the reason for this, I will reveal tomorrow)… 5. Zakopane – This is the Polish destination I mentioned in my last post, which is close enough … Continue reading
Two more ideas for your vacation plans in Central Europe… 3. Trieste – this utterly Italian city only made it into our travel plans because it’s about 7 hours from Budapest, making it a good stop for the night on … Continue reading
We interrupt our regularly scheduled program (Top 10 Non-Hungarian Restaurants) to let you in on some wonderful news, if you haven’t heard it yet… Gábor Rakonczay, the Hungarian canoeist, is alive and well and has arrived in Antigua, becoming the world’s first person … Continue reading
Party on! Here are two more Budapest birthday party venues, one retro, and one underground. And you know what? They’re great for grownups too… 7. Bowling: Picturing a rundown old alley on the outskirts of town, full of old people in dorky … Continue reading
As you may have noticed, every day I’m recommending one outdoor and one indoor venue for birthday parties. Here are two very special ones for your very special child! 5. Budakeszi Vadaspark Wild Animal Park and the Bagolyvár Birodalom: The … Continue reading