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The Second Two Weeks

April 6th 2015
We are approaching our time to move on and again leave our newly adopted home behind. It is always an exciting time getting ready to get on the road again, but also a bit of a sad time as it seems we have just gotten used to being here. For most of the last 4 years, this has been how our life has been. We have spent a month or two in many great places around the globe. After our first coup ... read more
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Hungarian Flag Hungary was part of the polyglot Austro-Hungarian Empire, which collapsed during World War I. The country fell under Communist rule following World War II. In 1956, a revolt and announced withdrawal from the Warsaw Pact were met with a massive milita... ... read more
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6th April 2015

The luxury of lingering
Like you two, I love slow travel; you put its advantages so well--see the famous sites the first two weeks, and then be able to dig deeper into the history and lives of the people. I was especially captured by the town of Szentendre--how great you went there on your own and could view the life that emerged between tour groups. Your photos are better than postcards--you could have a new career there!
6th April 2015

Luxury of lingering
I don't think we could have been out this long without going slow. At times I don't consider ourselves travelers, but more like people who just live in different houses. We live just like we did at home, except when we are bored and want to go out, we can go somewhere cool. Thanks for reading!

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