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About AdriknowsAfter 12 years in Budapest, Adri knows how to live and love this crazy city. In addition to blogging, she offers seminars to get you settled, and can hook you up with some supercool ways to see the city. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I’m back in Budapest and ready to help you get the best out of life here. That’s why I now offer a Live and Love Budapest seminar, an informal two-hour introduction to the ins and outs of the city, from how to … 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
My daughter, 8, hid behind me when she realized it was her classmate and his father coming up the driveway. Clutching her pink plush Peeps-shaped Easter basket (an American touch) full of red packages, she grinned from ear to ear … Continue reading
In honor of March 15th, a national holiday commemorating the revolution of 1848-49, I bring you a history lesson (don’t worry, it’s the short version). History could actually top the Top 10 Reasons to Love Budapest – I just saved … Continue reading
Life in Budapest – never short of surreal experiences. Walking down Andrássy Avenue late Saturday evening, after a fabulous day at the National Gallop, we encountered hordes of zombies, limping and lumbering toward us, groaning in their gruesome way. “Mom, this … Continue reading
Longtime residents of Budapest, be they Hungarians or expats, don’t get up to the Castle District much, except when out-of-towners visit. The Wine Festival changes all that, giving Budapesters an excuse to stroll the cobblestone courtyards, cocooned by the walls of their Palace. Last … Continue reading