Almost bedtime for me so let’s see what happened on Friday might when I could stay awake a little longer. I started the evening at Muszi with an art opening by these two fine Slovakian artists, trying out the comfy armchairs, Eva and Ivana. The names are of the artists of course.
The place was still quiet and chairs empty which made up for a good night of testing different ones. For those inclined.
Personally I like to stand.
Since we were in Muszi we went to Bullet’s studio and hung out for a while. Standing.
I’m just going to pretend it wasn’t a month ago I posted anything here. Please do the same. So let’s see what I did last Friday. Took pictures of balloons in the dark for example.
The reason for the balloons was an open night at all the community gardens in Budapest. Since I have a little plot together with some friends I visited my own garden. Not that I can’t go there any other time, only other times there aren’t a lot of people there and this was the first time it was decorated and full of sweets my fellow gardeners brought.
When we had enough of the dark garden we headed over to a nice little place up the street.
Imre is the owner and to my knowledge only person working behind the bar and he does it very well. With wine, pálinka, sausages, a smile, and a Canadian accent.
Here you can see 3 of us, plus 1 person behind the camera and one behind Kate in the striped shirt. All in all it was 5 of us. In case you wonder.
Cheers from a bar with a view from a day when I had to help finish the bubbly because Linda told me so. I’m not one to let my friends down. Small things I do to help my friends feel better, even the day after.