Last Thanksgiving I worked and festered and ultimately swore I would never do that again. Hungarian friends wished me a Happy Thanksgiving, but somehow, that just made me feel worse. By mid afternoon, Facebook dispatches started to arrive – a… Read More ›
Information on Budapest based on our two years of living there.
Beyond the Keleti train station, past the ornate Kerepesi cemetery – final resting place of the Hungarian elite – down a weed covered tram track line and in the shadows of the somewhat threatening Budapest Josefvaros train station is the… Read More ›
During this World Cup, I keep reading that Americans have embraced soccer, turned ourselves into a country of World Cup crazies. Still, I think of our young soccer stars dashing to practice between violin rehearsal and chess club. Soccer, in… Read More ›