Saturday bridging days
Still, I had it better than some, since I organised it in such a way as to finish at 1pm, just in time for lunch at Roma Ételbár on Csalogány. It's a simple lunchtime place with typical Hungarian fare, but what makes it are the tables under the trees in the summer and the prompt but friendly service. The menus are clipped onto the white tablecloth, and you're surrounded by families, bikers, foreigners, retired regulars. The best sort of restaurant in Hungary I reckon.
Then we headed, wind-whipped, to Vaci utca to do some window shopping. I trawled the kids sections, got chatted up by a creepy guy mentioning something about nice Filipinas and Thai women in the Middle East (not sure why he thought that would score him points), then had ice cream at Jégbüfé before catching the 15 bus home.
Watched some Lost, and going to Könyvtár tonight.
So not a bad bridging day in the end.