Walking to lunch today, I noticed the normally-clean street filled with piles of trash. “Noticed” is an understatement: the piles were big enough in some places to make navigation difficult—the owners of the touristy restaurants along my street can’t’ve been pleased. This is apparently my district’s dump day, as I’d previously seen in  https://heszterhegyi.wordpress.com/2011/09/23/dump-day-part-1/. For a sense of just how much trash there is, here’s the view from my door:

That district’s trash was, surprisingly, indeed all gone the next day; I’ll wait to see about mine.

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