Aboriginal Budapest Apartments
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... These baths were steaming and felt amazing because we were so sore from caving! Then we went to a restaurant called the Hummus Bar. We had really good hummus and falafel. Then at night we had a bar crawl. We went to 3 different places. One thing I realized about bars in Budapest is that there are multiple different rooms to all of them! Every room in one bar was something different and it just seemed like the bars were all just massive. ...
Happy Thanksgiving Canada! We started today by buying our chicken for our thanksgiving feast. We also got potatoes, salad, buns and ice cream for dessert. Cory watched YouTube videos how to roast a chicken while I translated the seasoning package. Cory massaged the chicken with oil then we sprinkled the seasoning all over and put the bird in a plastic bag to marinate. We trekked to the top ...
... spectacular, start and finish lines in separate places, lots of colours, flags and nervous runners. We got there pretty early before it got busy, most people were probably going to register after 5pm.
I was accosted by a clown and Richard went to find some energy gels in the sports shop...phew they were selling the right stuff! All sorted for the race the next day!
Day 4 - Saturday 11th October - Budapest Marathon ...
... day Sunday and the park was very well
utilised. We wandered up the middle from one end to the other and
back along the edge. There is a rubberised running track right
around the Is and we got a little jittery from the constant stream of
puffers and bikes weaving between us, but it was a pleasant and cheap
experience in Budapest which seems to be going to considerable
lengths to milk the tourists for everything possible.
... through it I was still unsure about why there was a caution sign. However, later when walking past the pool again it was revealed that it was actually was a whirlpool! And there really was some danger in entering the pool! This was the funniest of all the pools. When the inside pools closed I went outside and spent another few hours sitting in the outside pools watching the sun set and talking to two British guys who were living in Budapest, one as a teacher and the other doing their ...