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The cache can be found in Budakeszi, in the vicinity of a more or less forgotten (*) Jewish graveyard.
Approach: Take by bus no. 22, 22A or 222 from Széll Kálmán tér (Moszkva tér) either to Gyógyszertár or Városháza stop. A short walk from the bus stop, take Telki road until you reach Harmatfü street. Then you’re very close to the cache. You are looking for a 0.35 litre clip lock box.
Please, express your thoughts on the cache. I will DELETE each log saying just "OK" OR "13:20" OR "TFTC" or stuff like those.
It's customary, before leaving the grave, to place a small stone on the marker to indicate someone has visited the grave. This tradition may reflect the biblical practice of marking the grave with a pile of stones. The more stones a grave has, the more the deceased is being visited and is therefore being honored. It's a sign to others who come to the grave that they're not the only ones who remember. The pebbles on the grave are a reminder that others have come to visit the grave. The loved one is remembered by many others and his or her life continues to have an impact on others.
(*) "More or less forgotten." This means there are no pebbles around, well, not at the moment. This is obviously a sacred space, please be respectful.
Do NOT leave any Kinder Surprises and do NOT cover the box with more twigs, please. Bring your own pen.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum