castle on the hill: Budapest

I just landed in San Francisco on Sunday, and I will be studying to become a travel Jedi for the next 6 weeks. I am going to work for a boutique airline agency that sells long haul airline tickets and works with most of the major airlines. Today they crammed my head full of roughly 40 websites and information on 50 airlines. I am a bit overwhelmed, but I am also really excited to become a true flying expert.

Does anyone have any favorite spots in SFO, that I should check out while I am here? Let me know in the comments.

The Castle on the Hill.
This photo I took last year while in Budapest, which quickly became one of my favorite cities. They have some of the coolest churches and bridges in Europe and they do a great job of lighting them up at night.

Cheap levitra it is the real gift for people at which not really a lot of money and they want to change it. It costs much less and therefore is popular. But it is difficult to find it. Because quickly all buy.


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Griffin Stewart August 11, 2012 at 8:45 am

Have a blast in Sand Fransicso!

Can I ask what company you are training with and are you doing it as a job, or just as a learning opportunity?

Make a trip to Alcatraz, over to wine country in Napa Valley and to the redwood forrests and if you have time, check out Lake Tahoe and of courso Yosemite National Park as they are both good weekend trips. When you are finished, instead of booking a flight of SF to your next destination, I reccomend booking it out of LA and taking the Hiqhway one down the coast spending some time in Big Sur and maybe making a visit to Hurst Castle. Enjoy!


JustinTroupe August 12, 2012 at 3:24 am

Thanks Griffin,

Nice website by the way. That is some very sound advice. I am really looking forward to seeing Yosemite and pretty much everything on that list:) Are you in California?

Nice work on Trey\’s Ebook by the way. I am actually going to need one done myself soon. Justin


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