Pata Negra is an excellent little tapas place near the riverside, halfway between the hill we live on and Újlak to the north. The food is sometimes a little hit and miss – the red wine chorizo is great, but some staples are not that brilliant and others are outright odd. Still, overall a great place with decent atmosphere and a Sangría that should come with its own weekend safety brief ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Krak’n Town is crackin’! We visited Budapest’s one and only steampunk themed restaurant for a belated Valentine’s Day dinner, and had an absolute blast. Great place, good atmosphere and quirky yet yummy dishes! Highly recommended. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Five years ago, the love of my life boarded a plane in DC and landed in London. She didn’t know what she was getting into, and I guess there were times that were beyond what she bargained for. Later that year, we got civilly married. She stood by me as I was recovering from a life threatening illness, she helped me find normalcy, and gave me the five best years of my life. Happy sort of anniversary, Katie. I love you to MACS0647-JD and back.
A walk in the light haze of Pannonhalma. The Archabbey is beautifully maintained and wonderfully well-kept, as are the grounds. As one of the iconic Benedictine abbeys of Hungary and part of the UNESCO world heritage, it is definitely worth a visit.
Courtesy of a buddy in satellite reconnaissance, he sent me a few of these t-shirts of a project so secret, they did not even allow an official mission patch to be designed. The (somewhat clumsy) Latin on the patch translates to “I could tell you… but then I would have to kill you.”
I found this t-shirt as a stocking stuffer for my dad, who still doesn’t really know what I do for a living, other than that it has ‘to do with viruses’ (yeah… almost, Dad.). Epidemiology geeks, there’s hope: here’s your chance to make your parents proud this Christmas!
Two pounds of top grade Hungarian venison most of a bottle of Cabernet Franc Time for the Christmas season’s first slow-cooked venison stew!
The wife has a new coworker. She’s very fluffy but occasionally needs boops on her noes. We pay her in cuddles and in food, of course. Lots of it
I only had an hour or so to go through them but can already see the difference between these books and the rest of the SDR literature out there. Instead of clobbering the reader with heavy maths out of the gate or reading like something written by radio anoraks for radio anoraks, the Clarks’ books read easy while going deep. If you have any interest in sdr radio or are as lucky as I was to have picked up a HackRF for Christmas, you MUST get these books!