Thursday, September 14, 2006



This is Vaci Street, which is Hungarian for "a street filled with espresso shops and lace tablecloths"


Europeans will wear anything. Seriously.


i don't even know what this means.



The view from my window.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am in LOVE with those hand made dolls! They are SO cute!! :-)
-Lindz

Anonymous said...

P.S. do I spy a ladybug doll?
-Lindz

rachel said...

awesome pics! thanks for sharing :)

rob said...

nice! i liked vacci st or however you spell it. did you have some gouloush or however you spell it.

the sign with the red "no" line actually means "this is the end of the walkway". we laghed at the silly hungarians for a while until we realized maybe they didn't see Ghostbusters and they can use that symbol anyway they want.

Amanda Lomonaco said...

Karin, who did you get to take that awesome picture of you from behind. Nice outfit, by the way;-).

andrea said...

I agree with Amanda. I totally thought that was you from behind. That's how much faith I have in your dressing when I'm not around :)

karin said...

Andrea, since I only wear YOUR clothes, what does that have to say?

karin said...

Rob, get spellcheck. Seriously!

No goulash yet. In time.....

Jon said...

i must confess im jealous. your pictures revived the travel bug in me. ill just have to console my self by living in boulder. ;)

Jeremy said...

Awesome photos! There are some great sights there, and diverse architectural designs for sure. And what's wrong with the conflicting stripes/color scheme outfit? Some people like to stand out! I also thought that was you for a brief second :-/

Keep snapping photos for us vicarious readers.

krustydog said...

Love the pictures!!!! You are right europeans will wear anything. I have learned that just by going to the theme parks. :)

andrea said...

Karin, that's why I was worried, because you took mainly YOUR clothes. Plus, you have pants that look exactly like hers.

rob said...

i didn't run a speellchek on purpus.

it was for the sake of comedy. :-(

drh said...

I loved the picture of the stroller.