Szeged memories

Years ago, from 1997 – 2006 (or so) about a hundred of us, 10 or 15 at a time, went to Szeged, Hungary on mission trips from Covenant. I’m in Szeged right now and had a day pass and some time so I went to see some of those places…

Our teaching location at Deák! Remember wiffle ball?

I will never forget the lunches at the Hobiart Bistro, just ordering in the line was an event!

Remember this bakery down the tram line from Deák?

This was my arrival from my Balkan loop today, I was squinting because this was the first time I’d seen the sun in over 3 weeks.


Filed under Eastern Europe, experience, photos along the way, things Central European, travel notes

2 responses to “Szeged memories

  1. Arden Czaszewicz

    You are killing me, Foley!!!! I miss all those places!!!

  2. Richard Carter

    Dear Tom,

    I have enjoyed your posts while you have been away. I especially like this one – I know it will stir many memories. I am also excited to hear about the group of Messianic Jews in Budapest – I will be praying for them, and for the  growing church in Sarajevo as well.

    When you get home and catch your breath – maybe late next week or the beginning of the following, I would like to sit down with you and Carol, at my house, and plan logistics and food for the party on the 21st.

    With prayers for these final days and for your travel home, Janice

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