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The Bridges of Budapest

The Bridges of Budapest

I sit here in Armonk, New York watching the rain drive incessantly through the window above my desk in our upstairs study. I search for something to write about. And why write about anything else other than the Bridges of Budapest? Because without bridges there would be no Budapest. And that is a literal statement. […]

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The Bathhouses of Budapest

The Bathhouses of Budapest

To and from the far corners of the globe Budapest is known as the city of Spas. Nature has bequeathed these grounds with thermal medicinal goodness. Ever since the Roman’s were here – and probably well before that – the people have soaked. But what, exactly, is so god damn special about listlessly slipping the […]

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How to spend your Saturday in Bermondsey

How to spend your Saturday in Bermondsey

If you are planning to visit London, one spot you will be recommended is the iconic Borough Market. Located a stone’s throw away from London Bridge station, it’s packed to the rafters of people both local and international piggin out on the copious amounts of quality cuisine and sips on offer. The sad thing is […]

A day in Peckham

A day in Peckham

When planning a trip to London, Peckham is the last place people think to visit. This is quite sad as this South East London suburb is one helluva place to hang. If an area could personify the melting pot of cultures London is, then Peckham is the perfect example. After spending years in obscurity, it […]

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