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Philippe Carino  Identity Verified
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Post Budapest Conference Powwow at the Café Vian May 15, 2007

I want to thank all of you (and especially Helena for her generosity) for being at the Café Vian on May 1st 07! That was a sort of "extra" conference but more "private". Cheers to all of you. Philippe Carino and docnroll!

 

Henrique Magalhaes  Identity Verified
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Farewell do Budapest May 16, 2007

It is a great pleasure to remeber the good moments we spent together in this lively café d Budapest...

 

Helena Diaz del Real  Identity Verified
Germany
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Yes, I had a great time there too May 16, 2007

Well, Philippe, I do not recall to have invited you to a drink there (for the generosity), but in fact it was a great powwow. The think I liked most was the friendly, funny and incredibly international atmosphere (for n improvisated powwow of 13, there were 11 nationalities!) I did learn a lot and met great prozians.
Thank you very much for this great powwow, Philippe!
Hope to meet you all soon again,
Helena


 

Andreea Ciurea  Identity Verified
Romania
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really nice May 16, 2007

Indeed it was a nice powwow. I'm sorry I didn't bring the camera...Hope to see many of you again soon. Have a nice week everyone! Andreea

 

Sergei Tumanov  Identity Verified
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that was great event May 17, 2007

and we were lucky with the service at last :0)

 

Helena Diaz del Real  Identity Verified
Germany
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I agree with you, Sergei May 17, 2007

...and at last we found in Hungary a place with great service! (Seems to be rare, there, unfortunately)
Pribjet,
Helena


 

Andreea Ciurea  Identity Verified
Romania
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everything is relative :) May 17, 2007

It's true that we found a place with good service but the few days I stayed in Budapest I, personally, didn't have any problem with the service. But it depends on the time of the day and the place. I think I want about 4 times to restaurants in Liszt Ferenc ter and the service was good every time. Sorry Helena for the bad luck..but you shouldn't give upicon_smile.gif

 

Helena Diaz del Real  Identity Verified
Germany
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Of course, Andreea... May 17, 2007

you are undoubtely right: Everything is relative!
Iam very happy to read that you found restaurants in Budapest with good service but for me (and I think for at least two other people) this was the exception.
However I enjoyed Budapest really, really very much!
All the best for you,
Helena


 


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