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  1. September 29, 2017 / 5:19 pm

    Thanks for this post highlighting things we can do in Hungary. I don’t think Hungary gets enough publicity and has mainly been touted as a place to get low-cost medical care.

    I love the photos in the home-cooked meals section. It looks so traditional and with character.
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  2. Catherine
    July 27, 2017 / 3:31 am

    Good afternoon!
    I have just found a link to your beautiful story about Hungary and even forgot about everything while reading.. This May i also have visited Budapest and several cities in Hungary. Your post evokes really warm memories of my travel and i recognized several sights. Il also has such bright photos!! Have you seen the Margit Island? A small forest in the middle of the capital. And the Danube Bend? As far as i understood you have been in the Vyšehrad castle))

    • July 27, 2017 / 10:25 pm

      I’m so glad you enjoyed this post. That makes me really happy. I haven’t been to Margit Island or Danube Bend, but I’d love to. Are these your favourite places in Hungary?

  3. Dora
    June 21, 2017 / 8:58 am

    Hi there. I am just wondering, how can you eat lángos, pogácsa and ice-cream in cone if you are on a gluten-free diet. I mean of course these are very traditional, delicious Hungarian dishes, but com’on… Seems like you are not taking the diet so serious, what is ok, but then why do you call your blog gluten-free….Sorry, I don’t wanna be negative, but as a celiac it makes me a bit shocked 🙂

    • June 21, 2017 / 1:52 pm

      Hi Dora. Thank you for your comment. First I’d like to say that I do not call my blog gluten free. This website is not about good or my diet, it’s about travel. I am sensitive to gluten, meaning I’m not celiac but instead, have a problem digesting gluten. I try to avoid it all together, but as a traveller, I make the decision to try foods that contain gluten if it’s part of the culture. It doesn’t mean I’m eating the entire dish, but enough for me to experience it and one bite here and there doesn’t bother me enough not to do it. Everyone should choose what works best for them and this works for me. I hope this clears things up for you. All the best and thanks for reading.

  4. June 18, 2017 / 11:16 pm

    Wow, Hungary is now my top priority. Very well written. Great share.

    • June 19, 2017 / 6:27 am

      That’s great to hear. Have you travelled much around Europe or will this be your first time?

  5. Anita
    June 18, 2017 / 3:26 pm

    Hy Darling!

    Im just found your blog and Im amazed so much.
    Your positivity, your energy, your open mind is great.
    Im Anita, from Hungary, and your kindness is melts my heart. Thank you for that!
    You are allways welcome if you come around! If you ever want to see a little town (Sopron, near by Austria) you are my guest for at least one dinner 🙂

    • Larry
      July 27, 2017 / 11:01 am

      I am making my 5th trip to Budapest in four years. Obviously I love the city and its people. Missing from this list that’s high on mine is Budapest’s public transportation system. It’s reasonably priced and very efficient. Buy yourself a pass for whatever length of time you will be visiting, then ride, ride, ride!! I even have designed a Danube “cruise” using nothing but trams. Best lines for sightseeing are the 4/6 (about similar routes and very modern cars), the 47 & 49 (again, similar routes but “old school” cars), 19/41 (great ride along the Buda side of the Danube), and best of all, the 2 which travels along the Pest side of the Danube with stops by the Chain Bridge, Parliament, and Falk Miska (the antique district). There are four subway lines: great for getting from Point A to Point B quickly, but you don’t get to see anything. M1 is continental Europe’s first subway – it’s like a toy train for adults. M2 and M4 are sleek and ultra modern, and M4 has beautiful stations, M3 is a “tribute,” if you will, to the communist era.

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  7. Rose Jacobson
    May 14, 2017 / 3:05 pm

    Just finished watching your video with a huge smile on my face, you two are so fun. I must add that the footage is fantabulous, yes it is word between fantastic and fabulous and it’s mine. Budapest/Hungary is so European, love it. I would love to visit, but I also feel that I just did………thanks guys….awesome video.

    • May 14, 2017 / 4:47 pm

      What a wonderful comment. Thanks so much for your loving words. I’m glad you think that the video is fantabulous. The best word anyone has used towards our videos 🙂 xo
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