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A blind date in Budapest? I know who can help you to find the best place!

There is a book writer that is in my opinion a very good guide book of Budapest because it brings you a perspective you cannot find anywhere else. It brings you funny situations and gives you tips of places you cannot find in a guide book for regular tourists. Andras Torok is a Hungarian author […]


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Budapest, the book (post 1 – reblogged)

Originally posted on JoV's Book Pyramid:
This post is a scheduled post. By the end of today, 25 October, I would be leaving Budapest and heading to Vienna. It seems apt to introduce you a book I read before I embark on my travel titled, Budapest. José Costa is a Brazilian writer, except he…

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Budapest, the book (part 2 reblogged)

Originally posted on megalopolisnow:
“Budapest” is the third  novel of Chico Buarque (2003) and also a movie directed by Walter Carvalho Exile is a recurrent theme in Buarque’s life and work. Budapest is the story of José Costa, a writer who finds himself stranded in the Hungarian capital when a bomb scare grounds his plane. Written…

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