Posts tagged ‘ice’

December 24, 2013

the Frosts were her condition

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July 24, 2013

summertime and the living is easy

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July 7, 2013

summer begins to have the look

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May 20, 2013

armageddon in retrospect

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Mozartplatz Salzburg



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Mozartplatz Salzburg

March 16, 2013


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December 25, 2012

the snow it melts the soonest

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August 24, 2012


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Eating ice with colleagues. It’s quite necessary for surviving a thirteen-hours long working day in a 35C grad weather.

August 12, 2012


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Eating awesome rose-shaped ice-cream at Gelarto Rosa, right next to Bazilika. They make their ice with xylitol instead of table sugar (sucrose), and most of the fruity sorts are also lactose-free. I chose the flavours pine nut, lemon with basil and white chocolate with lavender, and man, was it yummy!

July 27, 2012


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Another way of dealing with stress I practise way too often is eating quick carbohydrates. Well, at least is ice gluten-free.

May 4, 2012


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Patients and Nurses Afternoon Ice Party (ten minutes break for me from sorting out medicine eight hours long).

And for bonus the moon over the trees of Mirabellgarten right now.

March 22, 2012

Budapest, Széchenyi-hegy and cog railway

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February 21, 2012


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To the huge amounts of curious people (all the seven of them) who found my blog today through various combinations of the words “ice”, “danube” and “budapest”: I am sorry to disappoint you, but there is no ice on the Danube anymore. At least not in Budapest.

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February 14, 2012

Budapest – ice on the Danube

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February 13, 2012


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Due to the extremely cold weather for the past two weeks, the Danube started to freeze over. The last time it was completely covered with ice so that people could walk on it, was in 1982, thirty years ago. I really do hope it won’t happen this winter; I don’t want our selfmade Glorious King and National Hero of Orbán Viktor to get the idea of having a coronation party on the frozen ice as did our great king Mátyás in 1458 (he was actually the last Hungarian politician who managed to keep up with Europe). Making a big theatrical scene and accepting the admiration of the manipulated plebs while thinking himself as big as Mátyás but much cooler, is exactly his thing. And, I am sad to admit, this is also what the biggest part of the Hungarian population would appreciate. Why can’t we behave normal, I really wonder.


September 22, 2011


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