Monthly Archives: October 2006

Monday traffic

Day of Farkas in Hungary. Its an ancient Hungarian name means: wolf.The other day I posted a photo showing the Budapest traffic on the weekend. A Saturday morning. Here you can see the Monday morning version:) Today the question will … Continue reading

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Prize

Day of Alfonz in Hungary. Comes from the German and means: noble.Have you ever heard about Szamos Marcipán? One box of this tasty sweet stuff will be the prize in the point collecting competition. You all who participate will know … Continue reading

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Saturday traffic

Day of Nárcisz is Hungary. This is a Greek name which means flower. On the weekend there is no traffic jam. At times it looks like decades ago when only few cars were on the streets. This is a saturday … Continue reading

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Gardener

Day of Simon and Szimonetta in Hungary. Again a well known Hebrew name. The original Simeon has a Greek version Simon (Szimón) which means: being listened. Szimonetta is the female version of Simon. When I think of a gardener I … Continue reading

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Parking ticket vendor machine

Day of Szabina in Hungary. Its a Latin name means: Sabin woman.There is a new system for buying parking ticket in Budapest available everywhere in the city from now on. Before you had to insert coins or cards to the … Continue reading

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