Category Archives: Life in Pécs

SEE-ya HA-lo!

We’re nearing the end of our last day in Hungary.   A shuttle is scheduled to pick us up at 3:00 am tomorrow and take us to the airport in Budapest (a 2-3 hour drive) for an 8:00 am flight. … Continue reading

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Viszontlátásra, Mr. Chips

I considered skipping this post because, well, I knew it would get a little sappy, but I figure that if you’ve stayed with me this long, you can handle a little sap. Yesterday was my last day of teaching at … Continue reading

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Uranium, Wine and Paprikas Krumpli

With our time here in Hungary quickly growing short (do things “grow short???”), we’ve been busy the past week or so with lots of day trips with friends and a long weekend in Budapest for our final Fulbright sponsored activities. … Continue reading

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“A Night of Southern Moods” – Jambalaya and Gregory Peck with the American Corner

Margaret and I wanted to host a “Southern” style party for our friends, colleagues and students at the American Corner here in Pecs, but when we started to get into the details of making jambalaya for 30 in our small, … Continue reading

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Honoring Adolph Engel-Janosi

I’ve written here before about Margaret’s great-great-great grandfather, Adolph Engel-Janosi (you can read that post here).  A few weeks ago, Margaret’s cousin Peter (his father was Margaret’s grandfather’s cousin), as well as several others who share a common ancestry from … Continue reading

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