Jon sat at home bored. It was a quiet saturday afternoon in mid summer, the sun was shining yet he couldn't head for town to meet his friends as he had promised his mother that he would do Margaret, the new next door neighbor a favor and mow the lawn for her in return for a few bucks. Margaret, an unmarried 59 year old single woman had moved in just a few weeks ago and had become friendly with Jon's mother. Margaret met Jon when she called in for coffee one morning and suggested that he might help her do some work around the house as she settled in, arranging furniture, lifting boxes and mowing the lawn from time to time. Jon agreed as he was always short of cash and a little extra in the wallet would be helpful. Margaret was a very outgoing woman and was always keen to chat whenever somebody dropped by.
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The history of Budapest began when an early Celtic settlement transformed into the Roman town of Aquincum ,   the capital of Lower Pannonia. The city was the focal point of the Hungarian Revolution of , the Battle of Budapest in , and the Hungarian Revolution of Among Budapest's important museums and cultural institutions is the Museum of Fine Arts. Before this, the towns together had sometimes been referred to colloquially as "Pest-Buda". All varieties of English pronounce the -s- as in the English word pest.