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Arrived in Budapest after a long flight. The Viking Skadi is a beautiful longboat. Budapest is a magnificent city and well deserves the title of "Paris of Eastern Europe". The visit to the Duheny St. synagogue and Holocaust museum was very moving. The night sail leaving Budapest heading for Slovokia was ...
... So all the announcements meant nothing. And we couldn't ask anyone. But we figured everything was alright since all of the other passengers on the platform stayed put and seemed nonpulsed. Something that's not different is when the train does arrive, you'd best be ready. Three minutes max, and the doors shut and you're on your way. Gyor is small, full of charm, and we feel like we've downshifted about ...
... the final section of the route. We came across some very smart houses and the whole area felt like the participants had a comfortable life style. We stopped for lunch by the river then cycled into Esztergom where we were reboarding the boat. We had a brief look around the Basilica and managed to buy some souvenirs from Hungary and an ice ream to use up our florins. We set sail at 3.30 pm and had a leisurely afternoon on the sun deck ...
... river bend. The church is very austere looking. Geoff found it to be a bit cold in its starkness, but Kaye quite liked its simple and uncluttered interior. Esztergom's other claim to fame is that it is home to the Hungarian car maker Suzuki! We then crossed the Danube into Slovakia for a quick look at the cathedral from over the water, then headed down to Visegrad, the old medieval seat and former royal residence of the Hungarian ...
... whilst we were both plied with endless supplies of food and alcohol. It is at this point I get worried that we are about to be kidnapped by half-crazed hillbilly Hungarians in the hills and ransomed for a dead cat or something!
Anyway, we eventually leave and are invited for drinks in the bar (over the road) by said new friend.
We accept, still lugging our extensive travel kit (2 small bags), and ...