ponedeljek, 09. julij 2018

Drzna mama


Sem drzna. Svojega malega dvoletnega sopotnika sem vzela na osem in pol urno potovanje z vlakom iz Ljubljane do Budimpešte. (No, včasih so to počeli vsi in ni bil nihče drzen ali zmešan, ko so tako potovali.)
Pa je bilo vrhunsko. 
Pričakovala sem najslabše in dobila najboljše!
Zares udobno potovanje, Valu se je dogajalo in nagledala sva se pokrajine in vlakov, preverila vse potnike v kupejih in pobarvala ogromno pobarvank, nalepila na desetine nalepk (jaz sem odlepila tudi tiste z inventarja Slovenskih železnic) in pogledala pol Levjega kralja, dokler ni moj mali sopotnik omagal. Za eno urico, saj so na meji vsi nekaj ču-čuujali in ga zbudili. Pa sva ponovila zgodbo, vmes pojedla sendviče in testenine iz termovke Skip Hop iz Malih zakladov. Na daljšem postanku na postajo tekla po novo zalogo vode, podrla naslone stolov v skorajšnjo zakonsko posteljo, saj sva imela kupe čisto zase in se imela zares fino. 




Pa ker to ni bil moj prvi podvig in mogoče sem malo "sado-mazo" mahnjena oz. mahnjena na potovanja, sva šla na turo po mestu s kolesom in prikolico za Vala. Ja, mami je poganjala, Val pa užival in zaspal, se razgledoval in počival v 4-ih urah. Jaz sem vmes naredila kar nekaj postankov, fotografij in razgledovanj, in 25 km nama ni ušlo.
To je bil res vrhunec celega izleta.



Za češnjico na tortici pa sva šla v terme oz. kopeli. Vroča 38-stopinjska termalna voda, kjer sem se čisto malo zlagala na svojega ne-dvoletnika, ki seveda to že krepko je, in ki je že navajen hodit na stranišče. Haha pač to ni res, samo tam kopalne pleničke odpadejo. In sva čofotala v kopeli, ker kaj drugega v tisti vroči vodi ni možno. Val je zaspal za dve urici, jaz pa posončila osončene naramnice od prejšnjega kolesarskega dne. 


Budimpešta je prekrasna, obnovljena in pastelno svetla. Jezika ne razumeš, pa če se na glavo postaviš, tudi ni mi čisto jasno, kako naj bi pravi Madžar izgledal, saj so na ulici sami Turki, Arabci in hipsterji. Če nima vsaka tretja punca in fant vsaj celo roko, nogo ali kar vse potetovirano, potem dajte še mene. 
Raznolike hrane je v izobilju, čeprav sva se z Valom za en smoothie zgubljala in vrtela od lokala do lokala. Burgerjev, brunch bistrojev in kebabov je pa nenormalno veliko. Super lepo, hkrati pa nasmeteno in klošarsko. Zares žalostno, ampak dobra stvar v tem je, da lahko svojega otroka s tem marsikaj podučiš, pa mu omogočiš, da brezdomcu sam ponudi denar ali hrano. 
Lepa gesta lepo mesto najde, in naše koreninice male to morajo poznati.

Priporočam razkužilne robčke ali tekočino, ne bodi prezgoden z odhodom iz stanovanj/hotela saj boš priča raznovrstnim bruhanjem, pijani mladini ali brezdomcem. 
Imajo forinte, in najboljše se izplača, da dvigneš iz bankomata, saj kartic ne sprejmejo povsod. Javni prevoz je zakon, priročen, hiter in poceni. 
Moj nasvet: vzemi Airnb stanovanje, kjer boste sami, lahko si kaj skuhate za povratno potovanje, in super je če ima pralni stroj-saj mi ni potrebno razlagati, zakaj je to pri otrocih priročno?
Priporočam uporabo brezplačne Ulmon mobilne aplikacije, kjer si že prej označiš kaj bi rad videl, in če se le-to nahaja v tvoji okolici. Potem pa samo v Google maps vpišeš in že te usmeri kako in kam-točno ti napiše kje je postaja in kateri vlak/avtobus/metro/tramvaj vzemi in že šibaš!
Pa še to, kot mama, ki sem sama potovala z otrokom v vozičku po mestu, ki nikakor ni prilagojen invalidom in vozičkarjem, nikogar prosila za pomoč, sem na podzemno, avtobuse in v trgovine prišla vedno s tujo pomočjo. Marela voziček Nuna iz Malih zakladov so mi vedno pomagale prenesti tudi dekleta, in res lepo in toplo mi je bilo pri srcu, da smo ljudje prišli malo dlje. 

Sosedje, pri katerih sem bila začuda prvič na obisku, uau, lepo imate. Malo še delajte na angleščini in nasmehu, pa boste na konju. Aja, no iz teh ste že zdavnaj izpregli.
Super vam gre.

Najini predlogi:
*hrana: Mazel Tov, Karavan Street food, Gelarto Rosa, Liberte, For sale pub, Fekete, Kazimir



*ogledi: Fistherman's Bastion, St. Stephen's Basilica, Parlament of Budapest, Szechenyi Termal Bath, Liberty Bridge, Heroes Square, Vajdahunyad Castle









ENGLISH--
I'm daring. I took my little two-year-old travel companion for an eight-and-a-half hours by train from Ljubljana to Budapest. (Yeah, sometimes everyone would do it, and nobody was daring or crazy when they traveled so.)
Well, it was superb.
I was expecting the worst and getting the best!
A really comfortable trip, Val was thrilled and we watched all the provinces and trains, checked all the passengers in the couches and painted a lot of colorings, stuck dozens of labels (I also got rid of the inventory of the Slovenian Railways) and looked at the half of the Lion king until my co-passenger slipped. For one hour, as all of the trains were going choo-choo and woke him up at the border. We repeated the story, among them ate sandwiches and pasta. At a longer stop at the station we ran out to the station for the new water storage and then crumbling the back of the chairs into the near-matched double bed, as we had the couches for themselves and had a really nice time.

Well, because it wasn't my first venture, and maybe I was a little "self killing" driven on a trip, we went on a tour of the city with a bike in a trailer for Val. Yes, Mom was driving, and Val enjoyed his sleep, he looked around and rested in those 4 hours of cycling. I made several stops, photos on the tour around Budapest and made 25 km.
That was really the highlight of the whole trip.

For the cherry on top we went to the spa or baths. A hot 38-degree thermal water, where I just smuggling my non-two-year-old, which he already is, and who is already used to going to the toilet. Haha, this is not true, but those baths don't allow kids in their swimming diapers. We enjoyed those baths, and the sunny day just got really great. Val fell asleep for two hours, and I sunbathe a little bit.

Budapest is beautiful, renovated all in pastels. You do'nt understand the language, it's not clear to me how the real Hungarians looks like, because of all the Turks, the Arabs and the hipsters are on the streets. If there is not every third girl and boy with at least her/his hand, leg or whatever is all tattooed, then you can tattoo me everywhere.
Variety of foods are abundant, although we we going in circles to get one smoothie for Val. But there are many burger places, the brunch bistros and the kebabs. Super nice, but at the same time it's embroidered in a hobo. It's really sad, but the good thing about this is that you can teach your children a lot with this, and you enable them to offer money or food to the homeless person themself.

I recommend a disinfectant tissue or liquid, do not be too early to leave your apartment/ hotel, as you will start with a variety of vomiting, drunk youth or homeless.
They have the currency forinth, at best it pays to withdraw from the ATM because they do not accept cards everywhere. Public transport is convenient, fast and inexpensive.
My advice: take the Airnb apartment, where you can be by yourself, you can prepare some meals for a return trip, it's great if it has a washing machine, and I do not have to explain why this is convenient for having children, right?
I recommend using free Ulmon mobile application, where you can previously markd what you would like to see and if it is located close by. Then just go to Google Maps and it will lead the way to the station where you take the train / bus / metro / tram!
And even as a mother who traveled with a child alone in a stroller around a city that was not adapted for disabled people/ kids in stroller, I did not ask for help, I went to the subway, the buses and to all the shops with foreign help. It was really nice to see how can people help each other.

Neighbors, I came for the first time for a visit and wooow, you have a nice capital. Please work a little bit more on your English and try to do it with a smile, and you will be on a horse. Oh, you did get out of it long time ago.
Your doing great!

Our suggestions:
* food: Mazel Tov, Karavan Street food, Gelarto Rosa, Liberte, For sale pub, Fekete, Kazimir

* sightseeing: Fistherman's Bastion, St. Stephen's Basilica, Budapest Parliament, Szechenyi Thermal bath, Liberty Bridge, Heroes Square, Vajdahunyad Castle

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